Cancer Redox Biology Postdoc (Washington University Medical School)

Cancer Redox Biology Postdoc (Washington University Medical School)

Washingtion University

Saint Louis, United States

POSITION SUMMARY: A postdoctoral position is open immediately in the laboratory of Dr. Jason M. Held at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO. The interdisciplinary position will focus on studying cancer biology with an emphasis on discerning how NADPH oxidases utilize reactive oxygen species and redox signaling to promote tumorigenesis and transformation. Techniques include cell-based and in vivo assays, DNA cloning, CRISPR/Cas9, and functional studies as well chemical biology, proteomics.

Please see www.heldlab.org for more information.

SKILLS/EXPERTISE: A strong background in in vivo and in vitro cancer assays,
molecular biology and rodent biology is essential. Prior experience in redox biology, LC-MS based proteomics and chemical biology isn’t required, but interest in pursuing these techniques is essential.

MINIMUM EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: A Ph.D., M.D. or equivalent terminal or doctoral degree in cancer biology, redox biology, NADPH oxidase biology, or redox signaling.

INSTRUCTIONS: Interested candidates should submit their curriculum vitae, statement of research
interests and contact information of three references via e-mail to Dr. Jason Held at jheld@wustl.edu.

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Cancer Redox Biology Postdoc (Washington University Medical School)