Multiple postdoctoral positions (two seniors, two juniors) are immediately available for highly-motivated, creative, and thoughtful scientists to join the laboratory of David Gius, MD, PhD in the Department of Radiation Oncology, Long School of Medicine, University of Texas Health San Antonio. The laboratory is located at the new Barshop Institute longevity & aging studies.
Dr. Gius studies the processes that govern aging, cellular metabolism, and cancer, and has developed several mouse models to study these health issues in breast and other types of cancer. Dr. Gius also investigates translational science which will be pivotal to linking studies in the biology of breast cancer to the clinical treatment of breast cancer.
The selected candidates are expected to participate in designing experiments, projects, and studies; conduct experiments involving both human samples and animal models; collaborate with other members; present research results at laboratory meetings as well as at local and national meetings, and publish results in high-quality scientific journals.
We are seeking highly motivated candidates with a Doctoral degree and solid training in cell biology, biochemistry, molecular biology, and genetically modified mouse experiments. Previous research experience in mouse physiology and cancer biology is a plus. The position offers a competitive salary and fringe benefits. Career development opportunities are available.
Please send (1) a cover letter describing your previous training, research accomplishments and future research interests, (2) your curriculum vitae, and (3) contact information of three references to Dr. David Gius at email@example.com.