The GWCC at George Washington University has an immediate opening for a Post-Doctoral Scientist position in the laboratory of Dr. Mamta Gupta to study role of epigenetic marks, including histone modifications and long non-coding RNAs in the pathogenesis of lymphoma.
- The Post-doctoral Scientist utilizes several techniques including DNA methylation and histone marks, RNA-IP, ChIP assay, Molecular cloning, mass spectrometry, site directed mutagenesis, in-vitro transcription
- The Post-Doctoral position also interprets assay results, summarizes findings, and assist with manuscript preparation.
- Performs other work related duties as assigned. The omission of specific duties does not preclude the supervisor from assigning duties that are logically related to the position.
The George Washington University invites applications from outstanding scientists interested in contributing to the research program of the recently established George Washington Cancer Center (GWCC). Areas of particular interest are cancer epigenetics, cancer immunology and immunotherapy, and viral/microbial oncology. Examples include gene regulation, signal transduction, cancer genetics, and functional genomics and proteomics.
The GWCC (http://smhs.gwu.edu/cancercenter/) brings together the resources of the George Washington University, the GW Medical Faculty Associates, and the GW University Hospital to expand current research efforts in the fight against cancer and to position our institution as the premier cancer care provider in the Washington, D.C. area.
Minimum Qualifications- Require’s a PhD in the field or in a related area.