The Kvon Lab ( in the Department of Developmental and Cell Biology at University of California, Irvine is seeking applicants for a NIH-funded Postdoctoral Scholar position. The successful candidate will work on several projects aiming to understand mammalian enhancer regulation in the context of the 3D genome, human congenital disorders, and mammalian evolution (see Kvon et al. Nature Reviews Genetics 2021, Kvon et al. Cell 2020, and Kvon et al. Cell 2016). The projects will involve using cutting-edge mouse transgenesis and genome editing techniques as well as genomic technologies such as Hi-C and multiome and scRNA-seq. A strong background in analyzing sequencing data in any model system is preferred but not required. The Kvon Lab is a member of Center for Complex Biological Systems (CCBS) and NSF-Simons Center for Multiscale Cell Fate Research (CMCF). The Kvon Lab is committed to mentorship and career development for all of its members. UCI provides excellent support for postdocs (, which includes the development of leadership and teaching skills, career development, and full benefits. Several child care services are available on the campus. UCI campus is located in sunny Orange County minutes away from the ocean. The city of Irvine is a diverse, safe, and family-friendly city at a driving distance to Los Angeles and San Diego.

Qualified candidates should submit (1) curriculum vitae, including previous work experience and publications (2) cover letter that includes a summary of research interests, why they would like to join the lab and future career goals and (3) contact information for three references to the following recruitment URL: Candidates are encouraged to apply by September 20, 2022, but the position will remain open until filled. If you have questions about position, please contact the lab head Evgeny Kvon directly (

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