Basic Life Research Associate on Tumor Heterogeneity
Cancer molecular biologist at level of Basic Life Science Research Associate is sought to study tumor heterogeneity. Projects aim to reveal cellular decision making based on intercellular and intracellular signaling with an emphasis on how these factors modulate drug resistance. Experimental model systems will include cancer cell lines, human tumor and normal tissues and mouse models. Projects will primarily involve manipulation of gene expression in cell culture and possibly in-vivo assays. Experience with mammalian cell culture models, fluorescent-activated cell sorting (FACS), gene expression profiling, and use of lentiviral delivery systems is required. Experience with enzymatic dissociation of tissues, sequencing and CyTOF analysis is desirable. Successful candidate will join investigators in cancer systems biology, interact closely with computational biologists and be responsible for designing and executing experiments to validate computationally-derived regulatory interactions of the tumor microenvironment, and oversee lab management.
The ideal candidate should have a PhD in molecular and cellular cancer biology, relevant publications, and fluency in English.
This is a fixed term appointment, renewable, 100% FTE
Interested candidates should email CV, brief research statement and contact information for at least 3 references (address, email, phone number) to: Ramzi Totah, email@example.com with the subject line: Research Scientist in Tumor Heterogeneity.
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