Post-doctoral fellowship positions

Do you have an interest in cancer biology and computational work?

Apply for this post-doctoral position

We are seeking a postdoctoral associate in cancer genomics and cancer biology who will be responsible for using both computational and molecular tool sets to answer biological questions in both tumors and the tumor microenvironment. The qualified candidate will integrate information from a combination of sources, including high throughput screens, proteomic, and next-gen sequencing data in order to generate and validate hypotheses of therapeutic relevance to pancreatic cancer at the bench.

Candidates from a largely wet bench background with a Ph.D. are highly encouraged if the quantitative/computational background is excellent.

Apply on line:

http://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/117765

and provide cover letter, CV and contact information for 3 references.

Looking to use your computational skills and learn more about cancer biology?

Apply for this post-doctoral position

Using a combination of molecular and genomic data, and human in mouse models, we have identified four core subtypes in pancreatic cancer with important biologic and clinical implications. We are seeking a postdoctoral associate in cancer genomics and personalized medicine who will be responsible for computational method development, data analysis, and experimental design. The qualified candidate will integrate information from a combination of sources, including high throughput screens, proteomic, and next-gen sequencing data in order to generate and validate hypotheses of therapeutic relevance to cancer.

The ideal candidate will have excellent qualifications in a quantitative/computational field with a strong interest in learning cancer biology and/or wet bench techniques. Ph.D. in a quantitative/computational field or a Ph.D. with an equivalent certificate in a quantitative/computational field is required.  Candidates from a largely wet bench background with a Ph.D. may be considered if the quantitative/computational background is excellent.

Apply on line: http://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/85552 and provide cover letter, CV and contact information for 3 references.

Graduate Research Associates

Highly motivated graduate students with an interest in learning about cancer biology, translational research using molecular and computational tools are welcome.

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