Postdoctoral positions at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey/Rutgers University (State University of New Jersey) are available for highly motivated individuals. The research interest of our lab is to study the molecular mechanism of tumor suppressors in cancer development and therapy. Specific research directions in the lab include: 1) molecular mechanisms of tumor suppressor p53 and its gain-of-function mutants in cancer development and therapy; 2) molecular mechanisms of metabolic reprogramming and shaping of tumor microenvironment. (Some related publications: Nature Communications, 4:2935; 4:2996; 5:5218; 8:1823; Genes Dev, 30:1956; 31: 1641; eLIFE, 4:e08401; 5:e10727; 7:e34701. Mol Cell, 38(5):689; PNAS, 108(39):16259; 107(16):7455).
A complete listing of publications can be accessed at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/myncbi/browse/collection/47555445/?sort=date&direction=descending
More information regarding the lab is available at: https://www.cinj.org/FengLab Postdoctoral candidates with strong backgrounds and skills in molecular biology, cancer biology, and biochemistry are welcome. Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey/Rutgers University (New Brunswick campus) is a National Health Institute (NIH)/National Cancer Institute (NCI) designated comprehensive cancer center. Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey offers a highly collaborative scientific and friendly environment as well as a competitive salary and benefit. The campus is about 45 minutes from New York City. Applicants should send a CV and names of three references by email to: Dr. Zhaohui Feng, Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ 08903, USA. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org