Department OverviewWe are looking for an enthusiastic, highly-motivated, and dedicated PhD or MD, PhD scientist to join our team. Our lab is interested in identifying high-yield, targetable pathways in advanced bladder cancer, with a strong emphasis on mTOR signaling and novel downstream targets that are involved in cell motility and invasion. We utilize live cell imaging techniques, cell signaling assays, mouse xenograft models, and ex vivo human models to identify mTOR-driven pro-motility functions in bladder cancer. A unique aspect of our laboratory is the use of human bladder cancer specimens - both as primary cultures and ex vivo bladder wall cultures - to understand invasion in a "translationally relevant" context. We have also evaluated the tumor microenviro
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