Are you interested in cancer genetics, cancer immunology, epigenetics and tumor evolution? We are seeking highly motivated postdoctoral researchers with expertise in in vivo work, cancer biology or immunology. Our research projects require excellent molecular biology and in vitro cell culture skills and may include aspects of computational biology, if interested.
We strive for highly collaborative and inclusive lab environment. Trainees will have ample opportunities to interact with researchers across our campus, as well as across UF Preston A. Wells Jr. Center for Brain Tumor Therapy and UF Cancer Center.
- PhD in cancer/cell/molecular biology. A pending doctoral degree will also be considered.
- Interest in cancer genetics, cancer immunology, epigenetics, tumor evolution
- Experience in work with mouse models, confocal imaging, cell culture, next-gen sequencing, molecular biology techniques (PCR, WB, immunofluorescence)
Please send a cover letter with a description of your research interests in the laboratory, as well as your CV and contact information for three mentors who will provide reference letters to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
If you are an incoming Skaggs Doctoral School graduate student interested in pursuing PhD in our lab, we will be happy to host you for a rotation! Inquire about projects by directly emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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