POSDOCTORAL POSITION is available to study mechanisms of genomic instability associated with aging and cancer. Projects include investigation of telomeric DNA replication and repair, consequences of telomeric DNA damage on telomere structure/function, and mechanisms of oxidative stress-mediated telomere dysfunction and cellular aging. All projects are funded by NIH sponsored grants. The lab is part of a vibrant and collaborative genome stability program. Candidates should have a PhD with a strong background in molecular/cell biology. Experience with basic molecular biology techniques, protein purification, cell culture, and fluorescence microscopy are desirable. Salaries are based on NIH guidelines and experience.
Interested applicants should send curriculum vitae and names of three references to: Dr. Patricia L. Opresko, Dept. of Environmental and Occupational Health, Hillman Cancer Center, University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute Research Pavilion, 5117 Centre Avenue, Suite 2.6c PA, Pennsylvania 15213 or by email: email@example.com.
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