University of Oslo (UiO)

PhD Studentship in stress signaling and cancer

University of Oslo

Oslo, Norway

A PhD studentship is available to study the molecular mechanisms of stress signaling and prostate cancer in a stimulating research environment (http://mn.uio.no/ibv/saatcioglu). The project involves state-of-the-art molecular, biochemical, cell biological and genetic methods with basic and translational aspects. Experience in some of the following areas is needed: inducible gene expression, adenoviral/lentiviral expression, transcriptional assays, cDNA microarray and proteomics analysis, bioinformatics, protein biochemistry, gene targeting in/work with mice, gene targeting with nanoparticles, immunohistochemistry, and confocal microscopy. Interested persons with a MSc degree (or who will complete it by 30.06.2020),  a strong background in molecular and cellular biology methods, and a keen interest in science should send their curriculum vitae along with names, addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three references to: Prof. Fahri Saatcioglu, fahris@ibv.uio.no. (Relevant papers: Sheng et al. Nature Comm. 2019, PMID:30679434; Sheng et al., EMBO Mol. Med. 2015, PMID: 25864123; Pallmann et al. Oncogene 2019, PMID 31312022).

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PhD Studentship in stress signaling and cancer