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We are seeking an highly motivated PhD student, ideally with mixed/hybrid background in Molecular Biology (wet lab) & Bioinformatics (dry lab), to join the Epitranscriptomics and RNA Dynamics group (PI: Eva Novoa), and co-supervised by Dr. Eduard Sabidó, Head of the Proteomics Unit to the study of the role of RNA modifications (the “epitranscriptome”) in neuronal RNAs using LC-MS/MS.
About the lab
The Epitranscriptomics and RNA Dynamics lab is focused on deciphering the role that RNA modifications play in a large variety of cellular contexts, including the development of novel technologies to map RNA modifications. In our lab, we are employing a combination of experimental (RNASeq, RIP-Seq polysome profiling, mouse/cell knockouts, Oxford Nanopore direct RNA sequencing) and computational techniques (NGS data analysis, algorithm development, machine learning), to unveil the secrets of three post-transcriptional regulatory layers: the epitranscriptome, RNA structure and ribosome specialization.
The CRG/UPF Proteomics Unit is focused on the characterization of proteins and RNA/DNA epigenetic modifications by mass spectrometry. In our lab, we are developing new analytical methods to identify and quantify modifications in (desoxi-)ribonucleosides, nitrogenous bases, and oligonucleotides in biomedical samples. These include new liquid chromatographic separations, new mass spectrometric acquisition strategies, and new data analysis pipelines.
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