Project Scientist and Postdoc positions in the area of cancer signaling are available in the Boiko lab, Samuel Oschin Cancer Center, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. The Candidate will participate in the NIH funded projects investigating strategies to target critical signaling pathways and immune checkpoints in melanoma and other solid tumors. These projects will involve molecular biology approaches including genetic cloning, shRNA and CRISPR techniques, microscopy and immunohistochemistry. Cell Culture expertise using human patient derived tumor cells and the immune cell lineages is highly desired. These studies will also involve genetic and patient derived xenografted tumor models in mice, including in-vivo testing of the candidate therapeutic agents.
A separate group of projects will involve system biology approaches to generate and analyze gene expression and sequencing data at the tissue and single cell level to unravel molecular evolution of tumor progression and identify novel critical gene targets. Candidates with solid bioinformatics background are encouraged to apply for these projects.
Successful applicants will have an excellent publication record, strong self-motivation and passion for scientific discovery and be able to work effectively as a team member. Submit your resume and a research statement to Alexander.Boiko@cshs.org
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