The Tumour Suppression Group, within the Molecular Oncology Programme, is seeking an experienced Predoctoral Research Assistant to work on the analysis of the association between cell senescence and reprogramming upon damage.
- MSc in Molecular Biomedicine.
- Categories B and C Qualifications on Laboratory Animal Sciences for Researchers.
- Foreign Students Exchange Programme Beneficiary.
- Minimum of three years of research experience, as a graduate student, in the in vivo cellular reprogramming field.
- Proved sufficiency in: engineered reprogramming mouse models and xenografts; mice handling, experiments design and administration of treatments (intraperitoneal, intravenous, subcutaneous, orthotropic injections); mice bone marrow extraction and transplantation, necropsies, diagnoses and histopathological analysis, senescence analysis from cryosections; molecular biology techniques (RNA, DNA and protein isolation from cultured cells and mouse tissues, RNAseq, ChiP, cloning and sequencing); cell culture techniques (transfection, infection, reprogramming, iPS cell maintenance, in vivo iPS cell isolation and differentiation; Imaging techniques (IVIS, confocal microscopy).
- Fluency in English (written and spoken).
- Participation in international research congresses and dissemination events 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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