May 2021 – Looking for a Lab Technician

We offer a position in an exciting, topical, and fast-moving field of translational cancer research. The objective of our studies is to advance precision medicine concepts in the treatment of cancer patients with radiation and specifically proton radiation. The project is centered on whole exome sequencing of tumor tissues from patients and correlative lab studies to characterize the cellular response of genomically characterized tumor cells and tissues to radiation. Collectively the studies will identify predictive biomarkers and mechanisms of enhanced sensitivity of tumors to proton radiation. Techniques include handling of tissues specimens from patients, DNA extraction, mammalian cell culture, PCR, immunofluorescence microscopy, Western blotting, and others. We seek a highly motivated individual with a strong interest in an academic career and prior wet lab experience. The research project is institutionally funded and part of the Radiation Biomarker Research Program in the Department of Radiation Oncology.

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