Postdoctoral Research Associate - Rheumatology in St. Louis, MO for Washington University in St. Louis
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Postdoctoral Research Associate - Rheumatology
Job DescriptionPosition SummaryTumorigenesis Drivers: Our research aims to unravel the intricate mechanisms that underlie the development and progression as well as drug resistance of lung cancer. Leveraging state-of-the-art techniques such as genomic sequencing, transcriptomics, spatial transcriptomics, and advanced imaging, we are dedicated to identifying the key genetic, molecular, and cellular factors that contribute to the initiation and growth of these cancers as well as drug resistances. Notably, our investigation involves the use of Patient-Derived Xenografts (PDX) to closely model the tumors found in patients, enhancing the clinical relevance of our findings. Therapeutic Mechanisms: Building upon our comprehensive understanding of ca


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