Basic Science Research Fellow Opportunity
The Basic Science Research Fellowship is for highly motivated individuals interested in Cancer Biology and Stem Cell Biology to investigate early, initiating genetic and mircroenvironmental events that regulate tumorigenesis. Our research focuses on the identification of the cell origin and on elucidating the roles of microenvironment in tumor development.
We dissect the cellular and molecular mechanisms of carcinogensis from a developmental perspective using Neurofibromatosis Type 1 (NF1), a common tumor predisposition human genetic disorder, as a model. The laboratory is a collaborative effort between the Department of Dermatology and the Department of Developmental Biology, offering an extraordinarily rich environment that encompasses both basic and translational research for individuals pursuing a career in academia. Candidates should hold a Ph.D., M.D./Ph.D., or M.D. degree and should possess good communication skills. Interested candidates should send an updated CV, with names and contact information for three professional references to:
Cockerell Dermatopathology Fellowship
Through an affiliation with Cockerell Dermatopathology, the Department of Dermatology offers Fellowship Training in Dermatopathology.
Please contact Tami Golden at 214-530-5200 ext. 212 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application.
Through an affiliation with ProPath, the Department of Dermatology offers Fellowship Training in Dermatopathology.
Since 1997 the Department of Dermatology has sponsored an accredited fellowship program in Mohs surgery and procedural dermatology. We are proud of the rigorous program we have developed that provides trainees a rich clinical experience as they prepare for careers as surgical dermatologists. A busy Mohs unit that consolidates the delivery of care on the main campus for private referrals and patients referred from our institutional partners is the main focus of the trainees' educational experience. Instruction in and experience with cosmetic and laser procedures occurs in the department's Cosmetic Clinic which is adjacent to the Mohs unit. For additional details and an application for fellowship training click the links below.