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15 Postdoctoral Fellowships at National Cancer Institute, Maryland

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Are you holding PhD degree and looking for Postdoctoral Fellowships? National Cancer Institute, Maryland invites multiple online application for Postdoctoral Fellowships in various research areas. Candidates interested in Postdoctoral Fellowships can check the details and may apply as soon as possible.

1. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Center for Immuno-Oncology (CIO) Translational Research area at the National Cancer Institute functions as a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary translational research programmatic effort with the goal of developing novel immunotherapies and immunotherapeutic strategies for cancer. Focus is placed on the development of novel immunotherapeutics, not only as monotherapies, but more importantly, in combination with other immune-mediating modalities, and other conventional or experimental therapies, as part of an immuno-oncology programmatic effort. Within this effort are several research groups which interact closely with the clinical groups of the CIO, and with collaborators within the NCI intramural and extramural programs, and with investigators in the private sector. As Co-Director of the CIO, Dr. Jeffrey Schlom directs the Translational Research area of investigation.

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2. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

Our lab studies the mechanisms underlying complex behaviors in bacteria using a combination of genetics, genomics, and systems biology tools. There are two main research areas in the lab:
1) Interspecies interactions, especially between bacterial species found in chronic respiratory infections (including Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, and Stenotrophomonas maltophilia). Current research focuses on identifying the molecules and pathways that lead to novel microbial interactions, and adaptation of bacteria to foreign molecules and species.
2) Evolution of antibiotic resistance. We are interested in understanding the genetic and environmental factors that govern evolutionary trajectories upon antibiotic exposure.

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3. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

Single-domain antibodies (also known as ā€˜nanobodiesā€™) have the ability to reach buried sites, bind poorly immunogenic antigens, reveal protein structures, and have cross-species functional activities. Additionally, nanobodies are small and easily expressed in both bacteria and mammalian cells. These features make them attractive for incorporating into therapeutics such as CAR T cells, multispecific/multifunctional antibodies, ADCs and immunotoxins. Dr. Mitchell Hoā€™s laboratory at the NCI has constructed large phage-displayed shark and camel nanobody libraries. Using these unique single-domain libraries, the Antibody Engineering Core collaborates with intramural labs to develop nanobodies for solving important biological problems as well as treating cancer, viral infections and other human diseases.

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4. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

A postdoctoral position is available in the Bladder Cancer Section laboratory headed by Dr. Andrea B. Apolo, M.D., within the Genitourinary Malignancies Branch (GMB), Center for Cancer Research (CCR), NCI, NIH in Bethesda, Maryland. This position will be funded by an intramural Cancer Research Training/Visiting Fellowship and will be renewed on a yearly basis for a maximum of 5 years. The postdoctoral fellow will join a team working primarily on bladder cancer and especially focusing on targeted therapies, mechanisms of drug resistance, genomics, and immunotherapy. The lab is also working on identifying new markers and therapeutic targets for rare genitourinary tumors.

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5. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

A postdoctoral position is available in the lab of Dr. Steven Cappell in the Laboratory of Cancer Biology and Genetics, CCR, NCI, NIH. Dr. Cappell is interested in understanding how signal transduction networks are wired to form logical circuits and how these networks function in space and time to regulate diverse aspects of human physiology. Our approach is to combine live-cell imaging of fluorescent biosensors in single cells with genetic and pharmacological perturbations to identify regulatory mechanisms of signal transduction pathways. In particular, we are interested in understanding how cells make the decision to enter the cell cycle and proliferate and how this decision is perturbed in cancer.

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6. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

Our research focuses on using high-dimensional tissue imaging and spatial transcriptomics to understand the complex interactions among tumor cells, immune cells, and microbes in the tumor microenvironment. We have established high-throughput imaging pipelines for data generation and are currently developing analysis tools. We are looking for postdoctoral fellows with strong computer vision backgrounds to join the tissue imaging revolution! We expect the candidates to develop their research programs in 2-3 years and leadership skills via hiring/training their postbac trainees.

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7. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

A post-doctoral position in tumor immunology is available in the lab of Dr. Chen Zhao, Thoracic and GI Malignancies Branch, CCR, NCI in Bethesda, MD. Our research focuses on understanding the complex interactions among tumor cells, immune cells, and microbes in the tumor microenvironment in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer. We have established genetically engineered mouse models, including the KP model, and advanced tissue imaging (static and intravital imaging) platforms.

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8. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

Our broad goal is to explore the molecular and cellular biology of thoracic cancers, namely mesothelioma and/or, thymoma, non-small cell lung carcinoma, etc. Currently, we have projects that involve (1) investigating microRNA-mRNA interactions in malignant mesothelioma, (2) novel local therapeutic delivery system(s) able to carry diverse types of payloads including nucleic acid, immunotherapeutics, targeted small molecule agents, or antibodies, (3) on the pathogenic signaling pathways relevant to tumor initiation, invasion, metastasis, and resistance, (4) constructing next-generation models of normal cells/tissues that can be used to model tumor development and processes as well as several other translational-based endeavors (e.g., developing novel tumor diagnostics and prognostics, etc.).

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9. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Neuro-Oncology Branch (NOB), Center for Cancer Research (CCR), National Cancer Institute (NCI), National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland is seeking outstanding and highly motivated postdoctoral fellow candidates for a fellowship position in laboratory research on immunology of primary brain cancer. The position is in the laboratory of NOBā€™s Basic Immunology program led by Masaki Terabe, Ph.D., whose goal is to develop novel immunotherapies for primary brain cancer patients. The Basic Immunology program primarily focuses on the roles of unconventional T cells, such as CD1d-restricted NKT cells and MR1-restricted MAIT cells, and other types of T cells in the regulation of tumor immunity against primary brain cancer. Candidates are expected to join a basic, translational, and collaborative research program.

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10. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

A postdoctoral fellowship is available to study the role of pericytes to promote pre-metastatic niche formation and metastatic progression in the laboratory of Meera Murgai, Laboratory of Cancer Biology and Genetics, CCR, NCI, NIH, Bethesda, Maryland. The postdoctoral fellow will focus on interrogating pericyte heterogeneity and plasticity in the metastatic microenvironment, following up on work published in our Nature Medicine 2017 article. The post-doctoral fellow will be trained in techniques related to cancer biology, vascular biology and computational analysis of gene expression, epigenetic, and microscopy datasets to further our understanding of the metastatic microenvironment in experimental models and patient data.

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11. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Mouse Cancer Genetics Program, CCR, NCI (Frederick, MD) is now recruiting a postdoctoral fellow. The successful candidate should have a background in neurobiology and/or physiology and basic expertise in molecular biology, cell biology, immunohistochemistry, biochemistry and imaging. Candidates with expertise in electrophysiology are also encouraged to apply. Our group studies the biology of neurotrophin and Trk receptor’s function by using both in vitro and in vivo approaches. The current research emphasis is on understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying Trk receptor’s physiological functions. In addition, we are attempting to identify new signaling pathways activated by truncated Trk receptors.

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12. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

A Postdoctoral Fellowship is available immediately in the laboratory of Dr. Erin L Davies, Stadtman Investigator, in the Cancer and Developmental Biology Laboratory at the National Cancer Institute’s Center for Cancer Research in Frederick, Maryland, USA. We seek an experienced and collaborative computational biologist to support primary research projects and to build public-facing community resources for two new laboratory models, the regenerative flatworms Macrostomum lignano and Schmidtea polychroa. We use these tractable laboratory organisms to study how adult pluripotent stem cells are specified during development, and how these stem cells are regulated to sustain lifelong tissue homeostasis and regeneration.

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13. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

We are seeking multiple postdoctoral researchers to join the Center for Structural Biology (CSB), Center for Cancer Research (CCR), National Cancer Institute (NCI), National Institutes of Health (NIH), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Frederick MD. The CSB Branch of the NCIā€™s intramural research institute seeks to develop and apply high-end structural biology techniques to address fundamental questions of disease mechanisms and to create better treatments. Currently, the groups of Dr. Susan Lea and Dr. Hans Elmlund are seeking to recruit up to 5 postdoctoral fellows interested in pushing single particle cryo-EM towards routine structure solution of small macromolecules, including both RNAs and membrane proteins.

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14. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

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The Psychosocial Support and Research Program is dedicated to providing behavioral health care to children, teens, and young adults with cancer and other chronic medical conditions who are enrolled on natural history studies, clinical treatment trials, and psychosocial interventions at the NIH Clinical Center. We work collaboratively with physicians, psychologists, social workers, recreation therapists, palliative care specialists and allied professionals to provide comprehensive care in the form of quality clinical services to children and their family members enrolled on CCR clinical trials to help enhance coping and adaptation.

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15. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

Dr. Eros Lazzerini Denchi, at the Laboratory of Genome Integrity within the Center for Cancer Research (CCR), National Cancer Institute (NCI), National Institutes of Health (NIH), is seeking a highly motivated individual to join as a postdoctoral fellow. The successful candidate will engage in cutting-edge research using advanced cellular, molecular, and genomic tools to investigate the significance of telomere-associated proteins in cancer and age-related disorders. This is an exciting opportunity to work in a dynamic research environment at the forefront of telomere biology and DNA repair. The successful candidate will have access to state-of-the-art facilities, resources, and a collaborative network of scientists.

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