Albert Einstein Cancer Center

Research at the Institute for Onco-Physics

Postdoctoral fellowship is available immediately in Institute for Onco-Physics to study mechanisms of radiation injuries to normal tissue. These studies will explore various approaches such as flow cytometry, confocal imaging, lineage tracing, ELISA, metabolomics, SCPECT CT, and MRI to measure organ dysfunction in response to radiation.


Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Cell biology, Immunology, Pharmacology or

Biophysics and will be expected to work well in a team as well as independently.

Hands-on experience in handling animals, fluorescence microscopy techniques, and basic cell and molecular biology techniques is highly desired. Successful candidate should exhibit strong motivation, productivity and publication record. Training grant eligible candidates (US citizens and greed card holders) are strongly encouraged to apply.




Applications: Include your CV, a statement indicating your interest in the project along with three references and their contact email address:


Chandan Guha

Albert Einstein Cancer Center

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

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Bronx, NY 10461



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