Our laboratory is interested in investigating the genetic and functional heterogeneity of tumor stem-like cells that initiate and sustain the growth of the most aggressive brain tumor in adults, i.e. glioblastoma. We integrate genomic measurements with phenotypic analysis and use this information to gain mechanistic insights into the development of therapeutic resistance.
If you have recently defended your PhD thesis, are interested in translational research, and have a basic understanding of flow cytometry and experience with molecular biology and tissue culture work, please send your CV with a description of your previous research and arrange for three letters of references to be sent to:
Dr. Sara G.M. Piccirillo, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Dpt. Cell Biology and Physiology
Member, UNM Comprehensive Cancer Center
University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center
Review of the applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
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