Postdoctoral Fellow in Cancer Biology and Clonal Evolution
A main problem in the treatment of advanced cancers is the incertitude at which we predict how individual patients will respond to DNA-damaging agents, especially on the long run. Despite a wealth of genomic information, “more-is-better” and “one-size-fits-all” remain the principles according to which DNA-damaging agents are administered. We seek applications from individuals with a PhD in Cancer Biology, Genetics, Pharmacology or Molecular Biology, to test the potential of the very long-term legacy that DNA-damage entails on a cell – genomic instability – as new biomarker of DNA-damage response.
This person will be part of a multi-disciplinary team in the Department of Integrated Mathematical Oncology (IMO) at Moffitt. Ideal candidate has experience working with both, in-vitro and in-silico models. This position brings a unique opportunity to work in this multidisciplinary field, in an environment where experimental and computational domains interact to better understand clonal dynamics. It includes funded travel to attend research conferences.
Required Application Materials:
Contact information for 3 professional references
A brief personal statement describing your perspective on the co-evolution of tumor cells and their therapy.
How to Apply: Please send your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.