Post-Doctoral Fellow Positions at Brown Cancer Center, University of Louisville , Grant Funded Position. Continued employment contingent on grant renewals.
The successful candidate will independently perform a variety of complex assays, such as culturing bacteria, 16S sequencing bacterial genome, miRNA analysis, exosomal RNA mediated pathway analysis, dendritic cell, and macrophages and other antigen presenting cell function in living animals, isolation, and purification of gut exosomes, western blotting, southern clotting, in vitro kinase assay, immunohistochemistry, immunoprecipitation, confocal microscope analysis of protein localization, and lipid and RNA analyis with HPLC. The successful candidate will demonstrate a proficiency in analytical and statistical techniques recognizing similarities and differences in date based on expected outcomes.
The position will initially be for one year. Keywords: gut bacteria, plant exosomes, aging, targeting therapy.
PhD, MD or DVM and 0 to 3 years of related experience are required. The successful candidate must have effective oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.
Potential candidates should have a Ph.D. and with a strong background in molecular biology, immunology. Practical experience in the synthesis of nanoparticles and standard laboratory techniques is required.
Organic chemistry, standard laboratory techniques, synthetic nanoparticles methodology, works well in a team environment, excellent communication skills.