Postdoctoral Fellow- head and neck cancers
head and neck cancer, epigenetics, protein methylation
This is a postdoctoral training position that will entail projects related to deciphering the function of specific protein methyltransferases and/or demethylases in head and neck cancer models. The postdoctoral fellow will learn and apply multiple experimental cancer biology techniques, including but not limited to cell culturing, transfection systems, knockdown and overexpression experiments, CRISPR techniques, plasmid preparation in E-coli, Western blotting, immunoprecipitation, ChIP-sequencing, ChIP-assays, RNA and DNA extraction. The applicant is expected to be highly motivated and able to drive these projects, design experiments, troubleshoot results, present findings at meetings and write/submit manuscripts in an accurate and efficient manner.
PhD in biology, biochemistry, or bioengineering, and/or MD degree.
Please send CV and contact information for 3 references to Dr. Vassiliki Saloura at firstname.lastname@example.org
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