Tuncay receives The Bruno Speck Award for Basic Research from the “Stiftung für Hämatologische Forschung” and the Basel Stem Cell Network for his recent studies published in Nature. The award will be presented on April 20th, at the BSCN Annual Meeting 2015.
We are looking for talented and motivated PhD students to join our newly established group. Projects will aim to uncover the mechanisms that generate and interpret epigenetic modifications, genome-wide. Candidates will employ a variety of techniques ranging from embryonic stem cell culture, high- throughput genome engineering, genome-wide mapping, proteomics and computational analysis.
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