The Staudt laboratory of the Lymphoid Malignancies Branch, Center for Cancer Research, National Cancer Institute seeks applications for a Staff Scientist position to lead the laboratory’s development of novel therapeutics based on a detailed understanding of lymphoma molecular subtypes and their essential signaling and regulatory pathways. This is an outstanding career opportunity in the National Cancer Institute for a scientist who wishes to study the molecular pathogenesis and treatment of cancer in a stimulating and well-supported environment. The laboratory uses state-of-the-art genomic and proteomic technologies coupled with CRISPR-based functional screens to understand therapeutically exploitable molecular mechanisms in lymphoma (e.g. Phelan et al. Nature 2018 560:387). The Staff Scientist will devise therapeutic strategies to capitalize on these insights, harnessing the latest technologies in proteomics, cell biology, chemical biology, and genomics. This is a key leadership position in the Staudt laboratory, located on the main NIH campus in Bethesda, Maryland and consisting of 16 highly collaborative researchers. The successful candidate will have an M.D. and/or Ph.D. degree, at least 3 years of post-doctoral research, and a strong publication record in cancer biology. United States citizenship is not required but proficiency in English is essential.