One Postdoctoral or visiting scholar Fellow position is available immediately in the Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford (MIPS), Stanford University School of Medicine.
The successful candidate will join a dynamic research group focusing on molecular imaging, altered metabolism, immune profiling, and targeted radionuclide therapy in cancer, especially glioblastoma and breast cancer.
This position will be based in the lab of Dr. Corinne Beinat and will also work closely with the Department of Neurology and Neurological Sciences, Stanford School of Medicine.
We are looking for motivated, creative, and qualified scientists with excellent written and verbal communication skills. Join a diverse and dynamic group of researchers making an impact on translational cancer research by developing and testing novel imaging agents and therapies.
The researcher will primarily contribute to a project using novel imaging technologies to understand and treat animal models of primary brain tumors.
- Candidates should have a PhD, MD, or equivalent, in a biomedical-related field
- Prior experience working in a research lab
Preferred skills include any of the following:
- prior experience with rodent models of primary brain tumors
- understanding of cancer metabolism
- prior experience with evaluation of novel PET radiotracers and image analysis
- knowledge and understanding of glioblastoma
Required Application Materials:
- Short cover letter sent in PDF format