Postdoctoral Research Associate position at University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
The Kamiya Mehla lab at the newly established Department of Oncology Science and the NCI-designated OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center is recruiting an enthusiastic and motivated postdoctoral researcher to join on an NIH/NCI-funded study on cancer immunotherapy and immunometabolism. The postdoctoral researcher will be working in a multidisciplinary research group to study novel aspects of immunometabolism, tumor-immune cell interactions at the primary tumor and systemic sites in pancreatic cancer. Our state-of-the art research program utilizes molecular biology and immunology techniques along with multi-omics approaches, including sc-RNA-seq, bulk RNAseq, epigenomics, metabolomics, proteomics, CRISPR screens and genetically engineered mouse models and organoid models of pancreatic cancer.
The ideal candidate should possess a Ph.D or M.D./Ph.D in the field of Immunology/ Molecular Biology/ Cancer Biology/ Biochemistry or a related field with expertise in cell-based assays, and/or animal studies. For more detail, please refers to our recent articles (Oncogene. 2022, Trends Immunol. 2022, Gastroenterology 2021, JEM 2020). The Mehla lab is a friendly, welcoming, and inclusive place with great excitement for cancer research. Our future research objectives include, but are not limited to, cell-based therapeutics.
Interested candidates should submit their CV directly to Dr. Mehla at firstname.lastname@example.org
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