Two postdoctoral positions are available starting in fall 2018.
Potential projects include:
- Mechanistically understanding the role of EXO1 in DNA damage signaling and repair
- Understanding mechanisms underlying chemo- and radio-resistance in glioblastoma
Studies will be carried out using well-established in vitro and in vivo models, including genetically engineered mouse models of glioblastoma. These projects are supported by funding from NCI and NASA.
The appropriate candidate should be a recent Ph.D. with a strong background in cell and molecular biology. Prior experience in the field of DNA repair with strong cloning and mutagenesis skills or extensive experience with transgenic mouse models would be highly desirable.
Please firstname.lastname@example.org a cover letter detailing career goals along with a CV and names of three references to the PI.