Postdoctoral Position in Notch signaling in angiogenesis and tumor biology
Postdoctoral positions are available to study Notch signaling in endothelium and in tumor microenvironment. One project focusses on gene expression profiling to define blood and lymphatic endothelial Notch targets and their function in murine angiogenesis. A second area of focus is Notch signaling in the tumor microenvironment and therapeutic interventions. Experience with gene expression profiling, mouse genetic and/or tumor models, or endothelial cell signaling, preferred. Individuals with a background in angiogenesis, tumor biology, gene expression, or signal transduction will be considered. Doctorate degree required.
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Jan Kitajewski, PhD
Department of Physiology
University of Illinois Chicago
835 S. Wolcott Ave. E-202
Chicago IL, 60612
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