We are searching for a highly motivated, self-driven scientist for a postdoctoral fellow position in cancer research. The main effort of the laboratory is to discover and develop novel therapeutics to overcome drug resistance in cancer, primarily cancers overexpressing EGFR and/or HER2, or carrying mutated p53. For additional information, please see Nature Communications, 8, 2052, 2017, Science Translational Medicine, 11, eaav1620, 2019, Communications Biology 4, 1373, 2021, and Journal of Experimental and Clinical Cancer Research 41, 184, 2022.
The applicant should be proficient in laboratory skills in cancer biology and molecular biology. Fundamental knowledge about signal transduction pathways and cancer pharmacology is beneficial. Experience working with mouse tumor models is preferred.
The successful candidate will be proficient in writing scientific publications and verbal presentation of research data. Applicants must hold a Ph.D. in Pharmacology, Cell Biology, or related discipline. The salary provided will be according to the NIH recommendations. Interested candidates please apply online using the link below. Please submit a cover letter together with a comprehensive curriculum vitae and contact information of three references.