Postdoctoral Recruitment at University of Florida

Xie Mingyi’s research group was established in September 2016, with research directions: microRNA biogenesis and degradation / Integrator complex-mediated RNA processing. There are 3 postdoctoral students, 3 doctoral students, 1 master student, 1 technician, and 2 undergraduates. In recent years, research papers have been published in Genes & Development, PLOS Genetics, Nucleic Acids Research, RNA and other journals. The laboratory is currently funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIGMS R35), Florida Department of Health, American Cancer Society, Elsa Pardee Foundation and many other institutions. Postdoctoral fellows with Bioinformatics, Molecular Biology, and/or Cancer Biology backgrounds are now recruiting to conduct in-depth research on non-coding RNA and Integrator complex. It is hoped that recent Ph.D. graduates interested in RNA research will actively register.

Interested parties please send the following information to [email protected]
1. Cover letter stating: laboratory experience in RNA/protein molecular biology, cancer biology and bioinformatics; your long-term career goals; date of availability to begin postdoc research
2 . Curriculum vitae (including publications and awards/honors)
3. List of at least three references The

University of Florida is a well-known research-oriented comprehensive university. In recent years, it has invested heavily in improving its scientific research capabilities. In 2021, public universities in the United States are ranked 5th. Gainesville, where the Buddha University is located, is a university city suitable for research and living, 1.5 hours from Orlando and the east and west coasts of Florida. For more details about the research group, please visit the website:


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