A postdoctoral research position is available in Han’s laboratory
Department of Oncology, Georgetown University School of Medicine
Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, Washington D.C.
Research Area: Cancer Biology
· Ovarian Cancer, Lung Cancer
· The role of ubiquitin system and metabolic reprogramming in cancer cell plasticity and tumor heterogeneity, and therapeutic intervention.
· The role of regulatory non-coding RNAs and RNA-binding proteins in onco-immunology and tumor microenvironment.
· Pre-clinical cancer mouse models, human cancer cell lines, and organoids.
We are looking for a highly motivated Ph.D. or M.D. with research expertise as follows:
· Oncology, cell biology, molecular biology, or immunology.
· Prior experience with genetically engineered mouse models and mouse work.
· Strong molecular biology and biochemical techniques.
· Previous experience of 3D-culture or organoid culture is preferred, but not required.
Trainees also have the opportunity to actively participate in seminars, journal clubs and various career development activities specifically designed to encourage their development as independent investigators. The fellowship includes competitive salary based on experience and determined by the NIH pay-scale, as well as funds for travel to meetings and conferences.
The Tumor Biology Training Program at Georgetown University in Washington D.C., is encouraging applications for post-doctoral research fellow positions.
NIH-sponsored T32 postdoctoral fellow position is also possible. This NIH-sponsored T32 Training Program provides unique opportunities for broad and inter-disciplinary training in various fields of cancer and tumor cell biology. The program offers an outstanding environment for cancer research as well as for educational careers bringing together approximately 55 faculty members from GUMC Basic Science and Clinical Departments, and from the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center (LCCC). The LCCC is one of only approximately 40 National Institutes of Health-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers, combining excellence in basic and clinical cancer research, as well as research in cancer prevention and control.
Follow this link to learn more on the post-doctoral training program: https://tumorbiology.georgetown.edu/postdoc
We strongly encourage the application of minority applicants or applicants with disabilities. are highly encouraged to apply. Georgetown University is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer.