The postdoctoral research associate will study and investigate metabolic pathways crucial to cancer growth, survival, and metastasis, with the goal of developing personalized therapies. This will be accomplished by performing laboratory experiments involving mouse models, cancer cell lines, genetic engineering, liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry, and other metabolism-related techniques. Data analysis and computational approaches will also be used.
Doctorate -Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry or related field
Ph.D. in Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, or related field
5 years of research experience in metabolism, mouse models of human disease, cancer cell lines, gene editing, and/or mass spectrometry-based metabolomics
3 peer-reviewed research publications, with at least 1 publication as first author
Good communication skills, willingness to collaborate, ability to give/take constructive feedback, and sustain a friendly and fun lab culture.
Required Application Materials
CV, a statement of research interests, and names and contact information of at least three references.
Approximate start date: 8/15/2019
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