Postdoctoral Fellow in Surgical Oncology Research
University of Kentucky
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Post Date: May 31, 2019
Job Type: Full time
Start Date: As soon as possible
Salary: NIH standard salaries apply
Location: US - Kentucky - Lexington
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Description

 

The applicant must have an MD or equivalent and must have completed or be in good standing in a clinical training program that will provide eligibility for certification in surgery or a surgical subspecialty.  Must be a US Citizen or a Permanent Resident to apply.

This position is part of an NCI-supported training program (T32) and emphasizes interdisciplinary basic science research training for a minimal period of two years for qualified individuals who are committed to pursuing a career in academic oncologic surgery. Postdoctoral researchers with broad backgrounds will receive mentored, laboratory-based training through participation in research projects, courses, seminars, short courses, workshops and journal clubs. All trainees will be required to complete coursework for a Master’s degree or PhD in Clinical and Translational Science (CTS) and will be mentored in the fine points of preparing abstracts, scientific papers and presentations and writing successful grant proposals. Upon completion of our program, trainees will be prepared to be active participants in multidisciplinary teams, which are required for the optimal treatment of the complex cancer patient. Postdoctoral Fellows will perform cancer related research involving wet bench experiments, animal experiments, and use of clinical samples from normal individuals and cancer patients. Research productivity will be assessed every six months and the position is renewable on a yearly basis.

Apply here https://ukjobs.uky.edu/postings/231972 if interested. 

Skills

Necessary skills include familiarity with current molecular and cell biology techniques, handling of small animals, and knowledge of cancer cell biology, signaling, metabolism, genomics and epigenetics. Ability to communicate effectively and cordially with other lab personnel is required.



Notes
If you have specific questions, please email Erin Oakley at Erinjoakley@uky.edu.


Contact Details
Name: Erin Oakley
Ph: 859-323-0474
URL: https://ukjobs.uky.edu/postings/231972

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