Postdoctoral Fellow Positions in Cancer Biology and Metastasis Research
POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS IN CANCER BIOLOGY AND METASTASIS RESEARCH
Department of Cancer Biology
UT M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
The Kalluri laboratory at the MD Anderson Cancer Center wants to expand their work on the molecular underpinnings of cancer initiation, progression and metastasis, and to translate the findings into novel therapeutic approaches. Several postdoctoral positions are immediately available to outstanding candidates. The Kalluri laboratory focuses on innovation research in the area of cancer biology with a specific focus on oncogene addiction, tumor microenvironment, stromal biology, exosomes biology, tumor metabolism and tumor immunology. Recent publications in the stromal biology of cancer (Ozdermir et al. 2014, Cancer Cell), exosomes biology in cancer (Melo et al., 2014 Cancer Cell; Melo et al. 2015, Nature), tumor immunology (Ozdermir et al. 2014, Cancer Cell; Carstens et al. 2017, Nature Communications), metastasis (Zheng et al. 2015, Nature; Lovisa et al. 2015, Nature Medicine), exosomes mediated oncogene targeting (Kamerkar et al. 2017, Nature) and tumor metabolism (LeBleu et al. 2014, Nature Cell Biology), have formed the framework for the next set of projects that use innovative technologies such as CRISPR-Cas9, single cell and nuclei sequencing, exosome engineering and mouse modeling to address cutting-edge questions in cancer biology. The Kalluri laboratory strives to transform seminal basic cancer research to inform clinical translation of such finding and will employ any required technology to address important unanswered questions in cancer biology.
With strong funding from the NCI, CPRIT Established Investigator Award, and other funding sources, the laboratory is well positioned to exploit the new avenues for fundamental discoveries in cancer and translate such findings into the clinic, exploiting the translational potential of MD Anderson Cancer Center. The Kalluri laboratory is located in a new building in the South Campus and is adjacent to those of Ronald DePinho, Filippo Giancotti, Giulio Draetta, Andrew Futreal, Jennnifer Wargo, and James Allison.
We seek outstanding candidates with a strong background in biochemistry, cell biology, exosomes biology, genetics, and mouse modeling of cancer. We are only interested in scientists who are committed to solve important questions in cancer biology and are innovative and ‘out of the box’ in their approach of science. MD Anderson Cancer Center offers competitive salaries and outstanding benefits. Named one of the top 5 trendy cities in the USA, Houston is a rapidly growing and diverse metropolis with a vibrant arts and cultural scene. In addition, it has affordable housing and excellent public schools for young families. With an international airport, hub of United Airlines, direct flights to many destinations in Europe, Asia and South America make the city highly accessible and convenient for travel.
Submit a complete CV along with the names of 3 referees via E-mail to:
Raghu Kalluri, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor and Chairman, Department of Cancer Biology
1881 East Road, Box 1906
UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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