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|Department Name||Radiation Oncology|
|Center Name||IU Simon Cancer Center|
|Position Title||Post Doc Researcher|
|PI||Dr. Feng Ming Kong|
We are seeking a talented and self-motivated Postdoctoral Research Fellow with experience in cell molecular biology/biochemistry to work in the Department of Radiation Oncology at Indiana University School of Medicine. Current research is focused on understanding the blood biomarkers for treatment toxicity of thoracic radiotherapy in patients and the biomarkers for different types of cancer patients with radiation chemotherapy. A major goal of our research is investigating the CROSS TALK between biomarkers and treatment outcome, how those biomarkers predict the patient’s treatment outcome and how to use those biomarkers to determine a customized radiation treatment plan for each individual patient and predict their survival.
Candidates must have a Ph.D. in biological science, basic lab skills and strong communication skills. Preference will be given to applicants who have a background in molecular biology, protein biochemistry, and have experience with ELISA, HPLC, molecular imaging, or big data, or translational research using patient data. The candidate will be encouraged to work independently and become proficient in grant writing.
Interested candidates should apply with full CV, statement of research interests, and list of references to Amy Miller, Assistant to Spring Kong, MD, @firstname.lastname@example.org