Overview

The Cairns lab offers a multidisciplinary training environment that includes biochemistry, genetics, molecular biology, and genomics.

Our lab includes scientists in several different stages in their career training. We currently have these members:

  • research associate (1),
  • research assistant professor (1),
  • postdoctoral fellows (3),
  • graduate students (10),
  • lab managers/technicians (2).

The laboratory is exceptionally well equipped and is housed in the state-of-the-art Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). HCI and the University of Utah community include a large number of labs interested in transcription and chromatin regulation. 

Who Are We Recruiting?

We are looking for focused, highly motivated people with a keen interest in chromatin biology. An appreciation for mountain biking, hiking, or skiing is also highly encouraged! 

Postdoctoral Fellows 

Please contact Bradley directly at brad.cairns@hci.utah.edu.

Graduate Students

The lab admits graduate students through two umbrella programs administered by the University of Utah. For information please explore the University of Utah’s bioscience PhD programs.

Technicians 

All open positions are listed through the University Human Resources. Please contact Bradley directly at brad.cairns@hci.utah.edu.

Undergraduates

We typically admit students through the BURP program at the University of Utah. Contact Rosemary Gray for information, or Bradley directly at brad.cairns@hci.utah.edu.