Postdoctoral Research Fellow: Pancreatic cancer metastasis
A post-doctoral position for a highly motivated and team-oriented candidate to investigate splicing events driving pancreatic cancer metastasis is available in the lab of Dr. Karen Mann at Moffitt Cancer Center.
Candidates with a PhD in Genetics, Molecular Biology, Cancer Biology or Biochemistry earned within the last two years are encouraged to apply. A strong foundation in molecular biology is highly desirable.
The Mann laboratory takes a multi-disciplinary approach to uncover how novel drivers of pancreatic cancer modulate cellular processes and signaling pathways to promote disease progression and metastasis. Approaches include genomics, proteomics, mouse models and organoid systems. More information about the lab can be viewed on our website http://labpages2.moffitt.org/mann_k.
Moffitt Cancer Center, located in Tampa, Florida, is a world-class research environment and is the only NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center in Florida. Postdoctoral researchers have access to outstanding animal facilities and research cores in Molecular Genomics, Proteomics, Bioinformatics and Biostatistics, Flow Cytometry and Microscopy that support interdisciplinary research and interactive collaborations between researchers and clinicians. Be part of Moffitt Cancer Center’s mission – contribute to the prevention and cure of cancer…
Applicants should send a single PDF file to Karen.Mann@moffitt.org that includes a personal statement of scientific interests and goals (2-page maximum), Curriculum Vitae with recent publications and contact information for three references. A competitive salary and benefits package will be offered to the successful candidate.