Positions are available in the Rosenbluth lab at UCSF for highly motivated scientists interested in performing breast cancer research using patient-derived organoid cultures. The goal of our study is to develop therapeutic strategies for breast cancer, including preventing cancer from developing in high-risk individuals and identifying new drug targets for highly aggressive breast cancer subtypes. By growing normal and malignant breast tissues in 3D culture, we can recognize and intercept the cells that form breast cancers at the earliest stages of development. Our lab is highly integrated with translational research efforts and collaborative within the Breast Oncology Program and is part of the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub. The ideal candidate will be excited about contributing to the development and organization of an organoid-based research program.
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Who is Eligible?
- Recent Ph.D. or MD degrees
- Proficient in core molecular and cellular biology techniques
- Experience with performing bioinformatics analyses preferred but not required
- Experience with cell culture is preferred
- Experience with mouse models is preferred but not required
How to Apply?
Please send a CV and brief statement of research interests to:
Dr. Jennifer Rosenbluth at Jennifer.Rosenbluth@ucsf.edu
The University of California San Francisco is an equal opportunity employer.
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