The Logue Lab (https://www.amc.edu/Profiles/loguej.cfm) within the Department of Regenerative and Cancer Cell Biology at the Albany Medical College currently has an opening for a Post-Doctoral Fellow. Candidates should have a strong interest in molecular mechanisms of cancer metastasis. The Logue Lab is particularly interested in how cancer cells acquire the ability to migrate through tissues with diverse physiochemical properties. Previous work from the Logue Lab has demonstrated that cancer cells will use a mode of migration termed, fast amoeboid (leader bleb-based) migration within confined environments. The ideal candidate would have previous training in microscopy, image processing/quantitation, cell culture, molecular biology, and have a strong publication record. Previous work with animal models of cancer and/or microfabrication is a plus. Interested candidates should send Dr. Jeremy S. Logue a Cover Letter and CV with references.
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