How to Apply
Applications addressed to Dr. Alon Kahana and Dr. Max Wicha should include a CV and cover letter stating your interest and relevant background.
A position is open immediately for up to two talented postdoctoral fellows who are interested in stem cells, tissue regeneration, cancer biology and bioinformatics. the project will utilize both zebrafish and human cells to develop a molecular understanding of "stemness' and its role in cancer using cutting edge molecular tools and bioinformatics analyses. the successful applicant will have earned a Ph.D. (or in the final stages of defending) in a molecular biology-related field, and have broad experience in molecular genetics and cell biology techniques and an aptitude for computational work. A background in zebrafish biology would be a significant plus, but training is also available. Significant funding has become available for the project, and the position will be filled ASAP.
- Work independently and with other lab members as a collaborative research team
- Use of molecular biology techniques
- Prepare and maintain laboratory stocks and supplies
- PhD. in molecular biology-related field
- Experience with cellular and molecular biology techniques
- Excellent writing and oral communication skills
- Laboratory experience
- Experience with microscopy
- Experience with tissue sectioning
- Experience with zebrafish
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