A post-doctoral fellowship opportunity is available at Northwestern University in Chicago for individuals with a PhD or MD/PhD in a relevant field and a strong interest in translational research, specifically in the area of prostate cancer. The selected candidate will work on cutting-edge translational prostate cancer research.
PhD or MD/PhD in a relevant field with a record of publication in peer-reviewed journals.
Strong problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Experience in cancer research. Lab management experience preferred.
Study design, execution, and data analysis.
Manuscript preparation and presentations at national meetings.
Communicating data and conclusions effectively in both written and oral forms.
What we offer:
An open, supportive, and motivating academic environment with excellent training opportunities.
The possibility to work on cutting-edge and novel translational research projects.
Broad exposure to clinical and translational research methods, including AI, bioinformatics and clinical trials.
Investment in career development, fostering critical research skills, scientific writing, and editing.
A one-year fellowship with the possibility for extension.
Our laboratory is committed to fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion, and we welcome applicants from underrepresented groups. Apply now to join our innovative and highly collaborative team at Northwestern University and take the next step in your career in cancer research.
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