The Tumour Suppression Group, within the Molecular Oncology Programme, is seeking an experienced Predoctoral Research Assistant to work on the analysis of the transcription factor Myc in the context of the mechanistic dissection of the role of senescence in damage-induced plasticity.
- MSc in Molecular Biomedicine.
- Category C Laboratory Animal Sciences Credentials.
- Erasmus Programme Beneficiary.
- Minimum of three years research experience, as graduate student, on the tumour suppression & metabolism field.
- Proved sufficiency in: Use of engineered cancer mouse models and xenografts and protocols for characterization of metabolic diseases in vivo of mouse models; Molecular biology techniques (RNA, DNA and protein isolation of cultured cells, mouse and monkey tissues, Western Blot, PCR, qPCR, measurement of metabolic parameters); Flow citometry (propidium iodide, liver immunophenotyping).
- Fluency in English (written and spoken); fluency German (written and spoken) greatly appreciated.
- Participation in international workshops and conferences highly valued.
- The opportunity to be part of one of the few European Cancer Research Centres of excellence.
- An excellent working, multidisciplinary environment.
- Competitive salary.
- Contract linked to a project.
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