[email protected] - Levine Lab @ UPENN

The Levine Lab (www.levinelab.io) at the University of Pennsylvania is recruiting a postdoctoral research
fellow to start spring 2016. Our lab integrates evolutionary genetics, genomics, and cell biology to address
questions in chromatin biology and epigenetics. The successful applicant will work on several exciting
projects investigating the causes and functional consequences of rapid evolution of DNA packaging proteins
in Drosophila. Only candidates with a PhD in Evolutionary Genetics/Genomics or Cellular/Developmental
Biology will be considered. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in generating and
analyzing next generation sequencing data.
The Levine Lab is housed in Penn’s Department of Biology (www.bio.upenn.edu), a diverse, interactive
community with expertise in evolutionary genetics and genomics, cell biology, and molecular genetics. We
are also part of the Epigenetics Program at Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine
(www.med.upenn.edu/epigenetics/), whose participants include many leaders in the fields of chromatin
biology and epigenetics.
Please send a cover letter, CV, and a list of three references as a single PDF to:
[email protected]