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We are looking for a highly motivated PhD-trained individual for a postdoc position and team player with a strong interest in understanding the cancer biology of leukemia and early T-cell development/regeneration with a goal to develop the basic science foundation needed to improve the effectiveness and safety of current medical treatments. Please see our website for additional details: http://chiangmarky8.wix.com/chiang-lab
Specific methodologies include (but not limited to):
- Protein-protein and protein-DNA interaction biochemistry (mass spectrometry, co-immunoprecipitation; ChIP; reverse-ChIP, NMR)
- Transcriptional genomics (ChIP-Seq/ATAC-Seq library preparation; RNA preparation for RNA-Seq library preparation; computational analyses of sequencing data using existing pipelines; basic bioinformatics)
- Transcription factor assays (reporter; CRISPRi; ChIP; gel shift; qRT-PCR)
- Early T-cell development and leukemogenesis assays (flow cytometry sorting and analysis; histology; bone marrow transplantation; intrathymic injections; retroviral transduction and transplantation; in vitro stromal cell culture; transplantation in NSG mice)
Model systems include:
- Genetically engineered mouse models (Cre-loxP)
- Human leukemia patient-derived xenograft models
- Human and mouse leukemia cell lines
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What Benefits can you Look Forward to?
- Excellent medical, dental and vision coverage effective on your very first day
- Retirement Savings Opportunities
- Design, perform, analyze, and interpret experiments with a level of supervision from PI and other lab members in line with existing skill set with goal towards independence
- Work as a team with other lab members, such as the bioinformaticist and the lab manager/work-study students who manage the mouse colony and maintain the lab
- Supervise undergraduate and rotation students
- Train other lab members as needed
- Collaborate with members of other labs as needed
- Write first-authored manuscripts for publication
- Write first-authored abstracts for intramural/extramural research conferences
- Generate and present posters and give talks at lab meetings, combined lab meetings, and intramural/extramural research conferences
- Travel to research conferences and other labs outside the university as needed
PhD in a biomedical field
Experience in genetically engineered mouse models or protein biochemistry or transcription factor assays
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