The Georgia Cancer Center at the Augusta University is now seeking to fill multiple postdoctoral fellow positions in molecular biology and cancer research. The successful candidates will work on federally-funded projects, and study a tumor suppressor network and its regulation of the DNA damage response using biochemical/genomics approaches as well as genetically-engineered mouse models (Nat Commun 6: 6752, 2015; Oncogene 37: 18, 2018; Cell Death Diff, doi:10.1039/s41418-019-0380-z, 2019). The candidate must have strong research experience in molecular biology and/or cancer research, and is competent at molecular biological techniques such as molecular cloning, co-immunoprecipitation, and Western blotting. Experience with protein purification is a plus. For more information on the PI’s research, visit https://www.augusta.edu/cancer/research/labs/yan/. Candidates must have a Ph.D. degree in Molecular Biology or related fields, and should be highly motivated, independent, and have demonstrated productivity. Send curriculum vitae, including research experience, a publication list, and contact information of three references to: Dr. Chunhong Yan (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Georgia Cancer Center is the only state-run cancer center in the state of Georgia. The Augusta University was formerly known as Medical College of Georgia (MCG), the 3rd oldest medical school in the Southeast of the United States. As the only public medical school in Georgia, MCG provides its postdoctoral fellows with superior fringe benefits including a generous retirement plan.