The Physics department at Syracuse University is soliciting applications for a post-doctoral researcher that will conduct work in physics of cancer research in the groups of Jen Schwarz (Syracuse University), Lisa Manning (Syracuse University), and Mingming Wu (Cornell University). Desirable experience should be in at least one of the following areas: quantitative biology, soft matter. The initial appointment is for one year with the possibility for renewal. The selected candidate will use modeling and experimental approaches that will be conducted at Syracuse University in the groups of Jen Schwarz and Lisa Manning to be followed by experimental tests of the modeling predictions in the group of Mingming Wu at Cornell University. The candidate's background should be a recent Ph.D. in quantitative biology (theory and/or experiments) or in soft matter (theory and/or experiments). Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, their curriculum vitae that includes a list of publications, a brief description of their research interests, and the e-mail addresses/phone numbers of at least three references to the online position posting. Questions and inquiries can be directed to Jen Schwarz (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org).
Further information about the research pursued by Jen Schwarz, Lisa Manning, and Mingming Wu can be found here at: http://jmschwarztheorygroup.syr.edu/ https://mmanning.expressions.syr.edu/ http://biofluidics.bee.cornell.edu/
The appointment will begin in late Fall 2020.
Internal Number: 85325
About Syracuse University
Syracuse University is a place where talent, desire, and opportunity thrive. In 12 different schools and colleges that span the liberal arts and professional disciplines, students, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds come together to learn, create, and break boundaries.
The University is also a vital part of the community, providing services as well as being a leader in employee benefits, work-life and organizational development, training, student employment, staff relations, and workforce diversity.
Syracuse itself is located at the crossroads of New York State, and offers a lush landscape of seasons. From fun-filled summers in the Finger Lakes to snowy winters that thrill outdoor sports enthusiasts, the area truly has something for everyone.