There are multiple research positions open in the laboratory of Deliang Guo, PhD, Director of the Center of Cancer Metabolism at The Ohio State University in Columbus, OH, USA. His laboratory focuses on cancer metabolism, signal transduction, autophagy and miRNA across multiple cancer types, including brain tumors, lung cancer, liver cancer, sarcoma, pancreatic cancer etc. His research also encompasses topics in immune-metabolism, including collaborations with world-leading researchers in immuno-oncology. The long-term goal of this research is to understand the underlying molecular mechanisms of how oncogenic signaling regulates metabolic reprogramming to promote tumor growth, and to identify the key molecular targets to treat malignancies. His lab is dedicated to translational research, assessing molecular alterations in cancer patient tissues obtained directly from patient bedside at the benchtop, with the goal of bringing clinical treatments back to bedside again.
Dr. Guo’s research is currently supported by 4 NIH R01s, American Cancer Society and OSUCCC funds. For additional details on Dr. Guo’s research please visit: https://cancer.osu.edu/find-a-researcher/search-researcher-directory/deliang-guo. For additional details about the Center for Cancer Metabolism please visit https://cancer.osu.edu/for-cancer-researchers/research/research-institutes-and-centers/center-for-cancer-metabolism
Performs basic or applied research in tumor metabolism and oncogenic signaling pathways with the goal of developing novel therapies for cancer treatment. Learns and utilizes new techniques. Conceptualizes and executes complex laboratory experiments across a variety of fields from microbiology to gene expression to metagenomics to transcriptomics. Research includes animal models (mouse). Plans, executes and independently manages research activities with the goal of producing publications in quality cancer research journals. Writes and prepares manuscripts for publication and presents at national conferences. Postdoc salaries are based on NIH standards. See further details below.
Research Associate II:
Designs and manages research projects investigating tumor metabolism and oncogenic signaling pathways with the goal of developing novel therapies for cancer treatment. Conceptualizes and executes complex laboratory experiments across a variety of fields from microbiology to gene expression to metagenomics to transcriptomics. Plans and tests experimental designs and analytical methods. Develops and establishes research controls and standards. Research includes animal models (mouse). Writes and prepares manuscripts for publication and presents at national conferences. Salary range begins at $47,500 and is based on education, experience, grant budget, and internal OSUMC hiring guidelines. See further details below.
Both positions include an excellent health insurance plan with vision and dental, plus retirement options, life insurance, paid sick leave and vacation. Promotion potential exists for both positions.
PhD in an appropriate biological/health sciences field required. Proficiency in molecular biology, biochemistry, and cancer biology is required. Experience with cellular metabolism, especially cancer cell metabolism, is highly desired. Experience using animal models (e.g. mice) required. Proficiency with immunology desired. Able to independently plan, manage and execute research projects from conception to publication is required. Candidates must demonstrate a history of publishing as first and/or corresponding author in quality cancer research journals. Candidates with 4 or more years’ Postdoc experience encouraged to apply for Research Associate II.
Postdoctoral Scholar: See link in the Apply section
Scott Kelsey (he, him, his)
Center for Cancer Metabolism
551 Tzagournis Medical Research Facility
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