Position Open

Several postdoctoral positions are available immediately to investigate the molecular mechanisms of oxidative stress, nuclear and mitochondrial genome instability and its role in cancer. (visit www.roswellpark.org/document_3517.html for more details of our research interests).

1. Mitochondrial Oxidative Stress and Breast Cancer: Excellent opportunity for an individual with experience in mammalian cell culture, DNA transfection, Northern, Southern, PCR, and general molecular biology techniques.

2. Mitochondria-to-Nucleus Communication in Breast Cancer: Excellent opportunity for an individual with experience in mammalian cell culture, histochemical analysis, in situ hybridization, DNA transfection, Northern, Southern, PCR, and general molecular biology techniques.

3. Mitochondrial and Nuclear Genome Instability in Mouse Model System: Excellent opportunity for an individual with experience in mouse genetics, mammalian cell culture, DNA transfection, Northern, Southern, PCR, and general molecular biology techniques.

4. Mitochondrial and Nuclear Genome Instability in Yeast Model System: Excellent opportunity for an individual with experience in yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae genetics, DNA transformation, PCR, Northern, Southern, and general molecular biology techniques.

Experience in mitochondrial methods is desirable but not necessary

Please forward/fax curriculum vitae and a brief description of research experience with a list of three references to:

Keshav K. Singh, Ph.D.
Professor of Oncology
Department of Cancer Genetics
Cell and Virus Building, Room 247
Roswell Park Cancer Institute
Elm and Carlton Streets
Buffalo, NY 14263
Phone: 716-845-8017
Fax: 716-845-1047
Email: keshav.singh@roswellpark.org