One Post-Doctoral Researcher Fellow position in Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Diseases at The Research Institute at Nationwide Children Hospital-Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center are available.
The laboratory focuses on employing various novel genetic animal models, preclinical disease models and metabolic approaches to
1) establish a framework for understanding the cellular responses of metabolic status, “metabolic checkpoint”,
2) delineate metabolic signatures of immune cells and tumors, and addressing how the altered metabolic landscape of the tumor’s microenvironment impacts the immunosuppressive nature of the tumor’s microenvironment, and finally
3) translate our knowledge to novel therapeutic strategies to treat cancers and autoimmunity.
Additional information about the lab and research environment: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/myncbi/ruoning.wang.1/bibliography/47186634/public/?sort=date&direction=descending,
Qualifications (STRICTLY REQUIRED):
1) Ph.D (or in pending) in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry or Developmental Biology;
2) Expertise in cell cycle and frog oocyte maturation(with EXTENSIVE experience on mitosis and meiosis);
3) First author research paper(s) in visible international journals.
To be considered for this position please highlight your research background, expertise and publications in inquiry email and attach a CV (SINGLE PDF) with references’ contact to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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