Job Duties/Responsibilities: 100% - Conduct/participate in research regarding the role of immune molecules in brain tumor biology and tumor microenvironment using molecular (Crispr/Cas9, RNA seq, qRT-PCR, Chromatin immunopreciptation, Western blotting), cellular (glioma stem cells culture, primary cell culture), tissue (IHC), mouse genetics and behavioral approaches. The candidate is expected to conduct research, analyze data, write up, and publish papers, as well as present these discoveries to conferences and colleagues.
Required Qualifications: - PhD in cancer biology, molecular biology, or related disciplines. - Expertise in mouse genetic models (cre-lox system etc), IHC, qPCR and other standard molecular techniques and intracranial xenografts techniques. - Strong experience in cancer biology and immunobiology evident by peer-reviewed publications in reputable journals.
Preferred Qualifications: - Experience in mouse models and/or immunobiology.
Internal Number: 334186
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