Post Doctoral Trainee
Baylor College of Medicine
We are looking to recruit a post-doctoral trainee to work on prostate cancer metabolism with focus on understanding prostate cancer progression and racial disparity in its clinical outcome. This is a 5 year NIH-funded project.
The potential candidate should have no more than 3 years following completion of PhD.
The candidate should have first author paper(s) from the graduate and post-doctoral work. The candidate should have outstanding communication and writing skills and should be a good team player. Prior experience in the areas of prostate cancer or health disparity research is a plus. Candidate should be able to design logical experiments, execute them, analyze the data, interpret the data as well as demonstrate competency in trouble shooting. Prior experience working in the area of Cancer Metabolism is a plus. On the technical side, the candidate should be well versed with in cell culture, organoid cultures, shRNA based knockdowns, phenotypic assessment using functional studies, QPCR, immunoblot etc. Candidate should also have experience with in vivo work including generation of xenograft tumors, survival surgery and in vivo drug administration.Salary: NIH scale will be followed.
Interested candidates are requested to apply through the link provided: https://chu.tbe.taleo.net/chu01/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=BCM&cws=42&rid=17792
Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Equal Access Employer.
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