Two post-doctoral positions available in the laboratory of Laura Pasqualucci
Sept 10, 2021
Two post-doctoral positions available immediately for MD and/or PhD fellows interested in studying genetics- and epigenetics-driven mechanisms implicated in the pathogenesis of mature B cell lymphomas.
The individuals will work on the role of lymphoma-associated mutations in the malignant transformation of germinal center B cells, with emphasis on those targeting histone/chromatin modifier genes. Examples include mechanisms by which inactivation of the KMT2D/KMT2C methyltransferases (Zhang et al, Nature Medicine 2015) and the CREBBP/EP300 acetyltransferases (Zhang et al., Cancer Discovery 2017) contribute to the clonal evolution of the lymphoma precursor cell through cell-intrinsic and cell-extrinsic mechanisms, and the identification and targeting of synthetic lethal interactions in these tumors (Meyer et al, Immunity, 2019). Other projects focused on charting the genetic landscape of specific B cell lymphoma subtypes (e.g. Liu, Blood Cancer Discovery 2020), including the non-coding genome, and the interaction between gene mutations and the immune microenvironment are also ongoing. Candidates will have the opportunity to work in the vibrant environment of the Institute for Cancer Genetics and be integrated with an outstanding group of cancer biologists and bioinformaticians.
The ideal candidate is highly motivated, enthusiastic, and capable of handling a fast-paced environment, with a proven track record of research and laboratory work in the form of publications in English language journals. A strong background in molecular biology with solid organizational, time management, and project management skills is required. Experience in genetics and chromatin analysis, B cell immunology, and mouse models will be a plus. Candidates are expected to be able and communicate in written and spoken English.
- Full curriculum vitae, publication list, information on years of experience in research and laboratory work.
- Names and contact information (email and telephone numbers) of 3 references.
- Summary of research interests and long-term plans.
Please address your inquiries to Laura Pasqualucci email@example.com.
Postdoctoral Research Position in Epigenetic Inheritance and Cancer Epigenetics in the laboratory of Zhiguo Zhang
June 02, 2021
Postdoctoral Research position is available to study mechanisms of epigenetic inheritance and cancer epigenetics at Columbia University’s Institute for Cancer Genetics. Candidates with a strong background in molecular biology, cancer biology, protein purification and structural determination are strongly encouraged to apply. Detailed info about our lab can be found here.
Eligible candidates must have a PhD and/or MD degree in one of the following: Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Genetic or Cancer Biology. Strong competence in human cancer cells, a record of productive and collaborative research, and excellent communication skills in written and spoken English are required.
Interested candidates should email their CV and the names of three references to Zhiguo Zhang firstname.lastname@example.org.