Postdoctoral positions available for highly motivated candidates with a background in molecular and cell biology to join our lab. The focus of our laboratory research program is to investigate the molecular basis of the dysregulated cellular signaling in pathways known to cause cancer. To better understand the role and activity of the specific oncoproteins implicated in the abnormal signaling, we use small molecule inhibitors to investigate them, and our data from these studies has been used to better understand the overall structure of the signaling system and to use that information for developing more effective cancer treatments.
Informal inquiries may be made to N.Merna Torres at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants should hold a PhD degree; have strong laboratory and analytical skills. A strong work ethic and a commitment to becoming an independent scientist are required.
- Cover letter indicating current and future research interests as well as your motivation for joining the group.
- Curriculum vitae
- Brief summary of previous research experience (less than three pages)
- Name and contact information for at least three references
Applications should be sent as a single file to Dr. Neal Rosen Md, PhD.