Albert Einstein Cancer Center

Stem cells and cancer


We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow to join the Laboratory of Dr. Wenjun Guo in the Gottesman Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Research and Department of Cell Biology of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.


Our research focuses on elucidating mechanisms regulating normal and cancer stem cells in the breast. These studies build on our recent work identifying key genetic pathways in normal and malignant breast stem cells (Cell 148: 1015-1028 (2012), Cell 133: 704-715 (2008)).


Working at the interface of normal and cancer stem cell fields, we aim to establish a dynamic research program, which will yield useful insights for both regenerative medicine and cancer therapy. For more information, please see the lab website –


A strong training background in cancer biology and/or stem cell biology is desired. To apply, please email CV, a summary of the previous research experience and the future research interest, and the contact information of three references to



Dr. Wenjun Guo   Recent Publications   Collexis Research Profile 


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