The DeWitt Family Department of Surgery at the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine, currently a Postdoctoral Associate to work on Notch Signaling and Molecular Mechanisms of Tumorigenesis. The Capobianco Lab utilizes a multidisciplinary approach to understand the basic mechanisms of tumorigenesis which includes; biochemistry, small molecule screening, cell biology, proteomics, mouse genetics and human tumor based approaches to dissect the role of Notch Signaling in stem cell and tumor development. Applicants must be independent, self-motivated and goal-oriented. These positions require a strong background in oncological science and/or biochemistry, cell and molecular biology or mouse genetics.Applicants must have Ph.D and/or MD expertise in one or more of the following fields desirable; cell and molecular biology, biochemistry, mouse genetics and stem cell biology preferred. Must be independent, self-motivated and goal oriented. Strong background in oncological science and/or biochemistry, cell and molecular biology or mouse genetics. Any appropriate combination of education, certifications, and/or relevant work experience will be considered.
We are looking for highly motivated individual with a strong background in cellular or/and molecular biology. Candidates should be able to work independently and should be eager to develop new methodologies and to bring new expertise to the field. Also a good level of English (written and spoken) is necessary. We would prefer candidates that have received his/her PhD no more than a year ago or should be in the processing of receiving it. Please contact me before applying to the position post in the web: https://careers.med.miami.edu/ , position No. 041720