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Post Doc Research Fellow

University of Southern California CCMB Dechen Lin Lab
Los Angeles, California
66K to 70K depends on experience
Closing date
7 May 2024

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Biomedicine, Computing, Health Science
Job Type
Employment - Hours
Full time
Fixed term

We are seeking 2 highly motivated postdoctoral fellows with background in either bioinformatics, cancer biology, epigenomics, immunology, or metabolism to join our NIH-funded laboratory at Center for Craniofacial Molecular Biology, Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of Southern California.


The Lin lab aims to develop faithful in vivo and in vitro cancer models for better understanding of its biology as well as its vulnerability. We are further integrating advanced computational methodologies and cutting-edge genomic tools to strengthen these models. Successful candidates will lead projects, from designing projects, conducting experiments, performing analyses, and producing manuscripts. We encourage postdocs to compete for fellowships funding and grants whenever possible.




These NIH-funded positions offer an outstanding opportunity for collaboration with a diverse team of researchers and physicians, contributing to pioneering research in cancer epigenomics, metabolism, and anti-cancer immune response. We are committed to promoting diversity, nurturing the career advancement and future academic autonomy of accomplished candidates.




Candidates should have a Ph.D. degree Candidates in the early stages (1-3 years) of their postdoctoral career. Proficiency in autonomously formulating hypotheses, planning and executing experiments, analyzing data, and proficiently communicating results through presentations, abstracts, and manuscripts.  


Please send a CV (no more than three pages), a description of prior research experience, accomplishments, career goals, and references in a single PDF file to before May 1st, 2024. 


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