Essential Functions: Independently design and execute translational projects in GI cancers (particularly gastric cancer, cholangiocarcinoma and hepatocellular carcinoma)Perform tissue culture, molecular biology assays, RNA-seq, tumor implantation, dosing, tumor measurements and murine blood analysis.Perform data analysis, maintain accurate experimental record and write manuscripts for publication.Perform alkaline and neutral single cell gel electrophoresis and analysis.
Qualifications: PhD required in cancer biology or related fieldThe candidate should have a documented track recordin the area of animal tumor models, patient derived tumor models and 3D culture models of cancer.Candidate should have expertise in confocal microscopy and handling of all types of microscopes.Documented track record in alkaline single cell gel electrophoresis analysis, DNA damage and repair biology and protein trafficking is a requirement.Candidate must be well acquainted in the methods of advanced microscopy.Experience in alkaline and neutral single cell gel electrophoresis and analysis.
Internal Number: 76_208307
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