Postdoctoral Fellow - RNA Splicing Dysregulation, DNA Damage Response, and Oncogenesis in Blood Malignancies
- City of Hope
- Location: Monrovia, CA
- Job Number: 7078492 (Ref #: 10009480-2)
- Posting Date: May 15, 2021
- Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Job DescriptionAbout City of Hope
City of Hope, an innovative biomedical research, treatment and educational institution with over 6000 employees, is dedicated to the prevention and cure of cancer and other life-threatening diseases and guided by a compassionate, patient-centered philosophy.
Founded in 1913 and headquartered in Duarte, California, City of Hope is a remarkable non-profit institution, where compassion and advanced care go hand-in-hand with excellence in clinical and scientific research. City of Hope is a National Cancer Institute designated Comprehensive Cancer Center and a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, an alliance of the nation’s leading cancer centers that develops and institutes standards of care for cancer treatment.
The Wang Laboratory at the Department of Systems Biology, Beckman Research Institute, City of Hope, is seeking for a talented and motivated Postdoctoral Fellow to lead the project for RNA splicing dysregulation, DNA damage response, and oncogenesis in blood malignancies. Candidates with strong background in RNA splicing, DNA damage, cancer biology, animal models, and bioinformatics are encouraged to apply. Wang Laboratory is currently funded by two R01 grants, foundation grants, and City of Hope Startup package.
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Basic education, experience and skills required for consideration:
- An M.D. or Ph.D. degree in hematology, molecular biology, cancer biology, or a related discipline is required
- Understanding fundamental mechanism of DNA damage is required
- Knowledge in transcriptome analysis is preferred
- Familiar with genetic murine models is preferred
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Self-motivated, independent and creative
- For consideration, please directly send a CV, a brief statement of scientific research interests, contact information for at least two references and start date availability to: firstname.lastname@example.org .
- For detail laboratory information, please visit: https://www.cityofhope.org/research/systems- biology/systems-biology-research-labs/lili-wang-lab . Twitter: https://twitter.com/LiliWangLab
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