Post-doctorate research fellow

University Health Network - Toronto General Research Institute
Job Location
67 College Street, CBS building, Room 407
Toronto, ON M5G 2M1
Job Description

Post-doctorate fellow – breast cancer research

The Zacksenhaus lab - University Health Network – Toronto General Hospital – University of Toronto

A post-doctorate fellow with a recent PhD, outstanding record of publication, keen interest in rigorous cancer research and expertise in cell and molecular biology, cancer metabolism and/or mouse models is sought to investigate novel mechanisms and potential new therapeutics for triple-negative breast cancer.  Expertise in bioinformatics would be an asset. Position is available immediately. Only exceptional candidates with solid publications are encouraged to apply. Please write directly with the term “Application for PDF in breast cancer research” in the subject line to Dr. E. Zacksenhaus   [email protected]

How to Apply

Please send your CV to Dr. Eldad Zacksenhaus at [email protected]

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