Research positions at the postdoctoral or research faculty level are available at University of Texas Health San Antonio to conduct cancer research that is funded by the NIH and the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT). You will join a productive research program jointly administered by two leading laboratories and that focuses on the molecular genetics and biochemical analyses of DNA break repair by end joining and homology-directed mechanisms. For examples of our recent publications see: Sinha et al, PLoS Genet. PMC5413072; Li et al, Nature Struct. Mol. Biol., PMID:32778235; Zhao et al, Mol. Cell, PMC:4506714; Zhao et al, Nature, PMC5800781.
The research infrastructure and environment at UT Health San Antonio are truly exceptional, with several well-run core facilities of protein biochemistry, chemical screens, and structural biology that are support by the University, the NCI-designated Mays Cancer Center, and CPRIT. We are firmly committed to the career development of successful candidates.
UT Health San Antonio is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Prior experience in biochemistry, molecular Biology or cell biology is desirable. Applicants for a research track faculty position must have substantial prior experience in a relevant area and a strong publication record. Please forward your curriculum vitae and the contact information of three references to:
Sang Eun Lee - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Patrick Sung - Email: email@example.com