Summary Description: Postdoctoral position available in the Department of Pediatrics,Irving Cancer Research Center at Columbia University Medical Center to study the translational aspects of signal transduction pathways involved in cancer and inflammation. This will be accomplished using genetically modified animals, unique biological platforms, and novel inhibitors to ultimately identify and develop therapies that selectively target key signaling pathways.
Minimum Qualifications: Candidate must have a Ph.D., a strong background in cell biology, Western blot analysis, and ability to culture and transfect human and mouse cells. Familiarity with flow cytometry is also required.
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