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Postdoctoral Research Associate

Job Description

Requisition Details

EEO Statement:
UNMC is an Affirmative Action Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, including an equal opportunity employer of protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Location Lincoln, NE
Requisition Number: 2023-046
Department COD-Oral Biology 50000741
Business Unit(College/Institute) College of Dentistry
Reg-Temp Full-Time Regular
Work Schedule Hours can vary based on needs of research and lab
Requisition Category Research - Academic
Requisition Title Postdoctoral Research Associate
Job Title/Academic Rank Postdoctoral Research Associate
Additional Requisition Title
Appointment Type A1 - REG OTHER ACAD SAL
Salary Range Salary Commensurate with Experience
Job/EEO Category Professional Non-Faculty (Includes Other Academic)
Job Requisition Begin Date 02/03/2023

Position Qualification

Position Summary
This NIH funding-supported position will conduct research projects under the supervision of PI, in cancer biology and therapy. The research areas of the research group include the DNA damage response, DNA repair, cell proliferation and signaling, and head and neck cancer progression and treatment responses. The postdoctoral researcher will perform a variety of laboratory experiments, using molecular, biochemical, and cellular techniques, organize research data, and prepare for manuscript publication.
Responsibilities and functions of this position include but not limited to:
1. Carry out research projects under supervision of PI.
2. Implement molecular, cellular, and biochemical experiments independently (with occasional supervision).
3. Participate in data collection, manuscript preparation, and laboratory maintenance.
Required Qualifications
Ph.D. (Doctorate), with training and education background in Biomedical Research.
Supplemental Qualifications
Preferred experience, but not required:
Previous publications in peer-reviewed journals that demonstrate extensive experience in basic biomedical research; experiences in cancer biology, cell signaling, toxicity studies, drug discovery, and animal models.

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