Specific expertise, exemplified by a solid track record of scholarly research publications in peer reviewed journals, in the field of endocrine resistance in estrogen receptor positive breast cancer is essential. Experience in working with cell cultures, animal models and human specimens is required including familiarity with basic cellular and molecular biology research laboratory tools. The ideal candidate will have research experience studying the effects of drugs and other experimental interventions on molecular signaling and different mechanisms of cell death in multiple experimental model systems. Expertise in the signaling associated with autophagy and the unfolded protein response, preferably from a systems biology perspective, is strongly encouraged. Other preferred skills include laboratory management and a demonstrable ability to supervise technical staff and students. A track record in mentorship of graduate and undergraduate students is required. Evidence of mentorship of junior faculty is strongly preferred.
Qualifications: a terminal degree (PhD, MD, MD/PhD) in a field related to biomedical research with an emphasis on cellular and molecular studies in breast cancer. It is expected that the successful candidate will have completed at minimum 5 years of service at the Research Assistant Professor and/or Assistant Professor currently hold an Research Associate Professor and/or Associate Professor or equivalent position.
Internal Number: 336493
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