Available positions

Post-doctoral fellowship

Candidates with a specific interest in our research and an excellent track record of publications are invited to inquire about research fellowship opportunities.

Master internship

A number of interesting master internships projects are available in our group. Highly motivated master students  with an interest in deciphering gene regulatory mechanisms of mammalian (mouse/ human) embryonic development should send a letter of motivation and CV to h.marks@ncmls.ru.nl.

Radboud Excellence Initiative Fellowships

I am looking for outstanding candidates to nominate for a 2-year Radboud Excellence Initiative (REI) Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the department of Molecular Biology of the Radboud University (Nijmegen, the Netherlands).

The research in my lab revolves around gene and chromatin regulatory mechanisms in development and disease. State-of-the-art in-house genomics, proteomics and computational infrastructure facilitate our research, including multiple single-cell genomics platforms. I am interested in researchers from a broad range of backgrounds, including, but not limited to, molecular- and cell biology, biochemistry, computational biology and machine learning.

As the main criterium, candidates for the REI post-doctoral fellowships should have a proven track-record of excellence, including high quality publications in relevant top journals. The REI aims to stimulate internationalization and is open to foreign scientists with no prior study or work experience in the Netherlands that obtained their doctorate no longer than eight years before the time of application. The eventual application includes writing a short project proposal in conjunction with the nominator (i.e. group leader). The next upcoming deadline is on the 1st of May 2021.

More information on the fellowship program can be found on https://www.ru.nl/excellence/. If you are interested in being nominated please send me your CV and a motivation letter to h.marks@ncmls.ru.nl. Deadlines for applications are May 1st and November 1st each year.