Postdoctoral Associate position available in the Department of Chemical Biology in the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy to study the role/mechanism of alternative splicing variants in cancer progression and therapy and to use antisense-based technology to induce expression of therapeutically desirable variants of RTKs (EGFR, MET, AXL and others).
Minimum Education and Experience:
Senior or junior candidates should have a recent Ph.D. with strong backgrounds and skills in molecular biology, RNA biology and/or cancer biology and relevant publications
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Strong backgrounds and skills in molecular biology, RNA biology and/or cancer biology and relevant publications
Posting Number: 21FA0055
Location: Busch (RU-New Brunswick)
Internal Number: 125405
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