*THE HORMEL INSTITUTE IS LOCATED IN AUSTIN, MN, APPROXIMATELY 35 MILES SOUTHWEST OF ROCHESTER, MN, AND APPROXIMATELY 100 MILES SOUTH OF MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL.*
An early-stage Post-Doctoral Associate position for an extremely motivated and hardworking researcher to study the role of histone mutations and post-translational histone modifications in glioma and melanoma is available at the Hormel Institute, the University of Minnesota in Austin, MN in the Laboratory of Dr. Robinson. Our lab uses novel transgenic mouse and gene editing tools to expand our understanding of tumorigenesis and develop novel therapies for melanoma and glioma.
Ph.D. degree in molecular and cellular biology or biomedical sciences.
Knowledge of English (both verbal and written).
Experience in mice handling/willingness to learn.
Experience in cancer biology, PCR, cloning, cell culture, genetically engineered mice model is highly desirable.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
Applicants should have the ability to develop new and improved methodology.
Good communication and organizational skills.
Applicants should have demonstrated scientific productivity, have a strong publication record, design and execute scientific experiments independently, write manuscripts, prepare and submit competitive fellowship applications.
Internal Number: 339804
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