Ph.D. (or foreign equivalent) in Genetics, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Biochemistry or a related field. Research projects focusing on pancreatic cancer biology.
First-authored publications in highly regarded scientific journal(s). Experience with independent experimental design and research. Experience in the areas of mouse genetics, molecular biology, cell biology, and biochemistry to work on research projects focusing on pancreatic cancer biology.
Brief Description of Duties:
The Postdoctoral Associate will conduct experiments using novel genetic mouse models developed for in-depth mechanistic studies of inflammation/obesity in pancreatic tumorigenesis.
Within the predetermined research scope and methodology, conduct research experiments using novel genetic mouse models for in-depth studies of inflammation / obesity in pancreatic tumorigenesis.
Study genetics of mice related to pancreatic cancer biology.
Maintain a database containing all animal information.
Documentation of studies, data collection, analysis and literature searches.
Assist in the preparation of manuscripts for publication in scientific journals and presentation at national meetings. May also assist with grant reports and proposal writing.
Work with PI to supervise research technicians and/or graduate students.
Other duties as assigned.
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