A postdoctoral position is available to study epigenetic inheritance of cancer risk in a mouse model of spontaneous testicular cancer. The ideal candidate will have experience and expertise in genetics, genomics, DNA sequence analysis, and biostatistics.
Conducts a variety of complex laboratory procedures and is able to conduct independent research in consultation with the principal investigator. The research fellow has a sufficient level of experience, expertise and independence to conduct a defined research project, in coordination with the fellow’s dissertation to be responsible for its inception, implementation and completion with reporting of results in a peer reviewed forum
Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)
Education: Candidate for a Ph.D. in biology, chemistry.
Communication skills that are sufficiently developed that the individual at this level will be able to present research results at regional and national research conferences
The research fellow will have demonstrated a level of independence to perform laboratory responsibilities.