We are looking for an outstanding and motivated Scientist to help us advance state-of-the-art genome editing approaches for treatment of sickle cell disease to clinical trials at St. Jude, and to develop the next generation of novel genomic medicines. We care deeply about the success of our scientists and this is a unique opportunity to work on multiple types of CRISPR genome editors, and to make a difference by helping transform them into potentially curative genetic therapies.
*Please include a cover letter with your application that will be reviewed directly by Dr. Tsai.
If you have experience in genome editing, next-generation sequencing, protein engineering, genomics, or liquid handling automation you may be an ideal candidate for the role. If you have experience with human hematopoietic stem cells, that is helpful, too. As long as you are willing to learn, we will gladly train you in any state-of-the-art techniques that you may not have direct experience with. There is room to grow in this position, and the next level in your career track would be a Senior Scientist.
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