Albert Einstein Cancer Center

Regulation of the BCL-2 family interactions in cancer and drug resistance

A position for a postdoctoral fellow  is available immediately in the Gavathiotis Laboratory at Albert Einstein College of Medicine to study a novel pharmacological strategy to restore apoptosis in cancer cells. The postdoctoral fellow will investigate mechanisms associated with regulating the BCl-2 family proteins in malignant cells and will provide novel small molecule therapeutic strategies for the treatment of various cancers. The postdoctoral fellow will join an interdisciplinary lab operating at the interface of chemistry, biology and translational science studying fundamental mechanisms in signaling, chemical and biological probes for target validation and drug discovery. Further information about the laboratory can be found at http://www.einstein.yu.edu/faculty/12958/evripidis-gavathiotis/

The successful candidate will have: demonstrated experience in cancer biology, skills in molecular and cell biology, strong work ethic, ability to work independently and lead projects, collaborative and team spirit, excellent communication and writing skills, creativity and passion for scientific discoveries. Experience in handling mice and in xenograft studies is a plus.

Albert Einstein College of Medicine is located in New York in a scenic Bronx campus that includes comfortable, affordable housing in an area rich with recreation and entertainment. The scientific environment provides outstanding research training opportunities.

Applicants should provide, a CV and a cover letter justifying their suitability and interest to the position, publications list and contact details of three referees for attention of Dr. Evris Gavathiotis (evripidis.gavathiotis@einstein.yu.edu)

 

 

Dr. Evris Gavathiotis   Lab Website   Collexis Research Profile 

 

evripidis.gavathiotis@einstein.yu.edu  

 

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