Postdoctoral Fellow Program
The Hollings Cancer Center seeks applications for the T32 Integrative Training in Oncogenic Signaling (ITOS) Postdoctoral Fellow Program. The goal of the Program is to train competitive postdoctoral trainees that will represent the next generation of cancer researchers. Selected fellows will be provided with an outstanding research and academic environment and professional opportunities including exposure to a wide variety of biological systems, approaches, and technologies in the study and translation of basic cellular processes involved in the development of cancer. ITOS Fellows will also have access to the most modern types of high-resolution imaging, advanced microscopy, genome-level profiling, proteomics, gene manipulation and cell tracking, as well as exposure to systems biology and bioinformatics. Fellows can be supported in the Program for two years.
Eligible candidates for support as Hollings Cancer Center T32 ITOS Program Fellows must meet the following requirements:
- Have a doctoral degree in a relevant discipline from an accredited domestic or foreign educational institution.
- Be a US citizen or have verifiable status as a permanent resident.
The ITOS program will prioritize candidates seeking their first postdoctoral experience, although a second postdoctoral training experience may be considered if there is an outstanding candidate changing his or her focus to oncogenic signaling.
To apply, please visit this website: http://www.hollingscancercenter.org/research/membership-opportunities/t32/eligibility-app.html
For inquiries, please contact: Jill Ussery at email@example.com or (843) 792-4203