An exciting opportunity for a senior-level scientist is available in the laboratory of Jeff Klco, MD, PhD in the department of Pathology. In this laboratory, you will drive the research involved in genomic and functional characterization of acute myeloid leukemia and myelodysplastic syndromes. Our laboratory uses a combination of in vitro and in vivo studies to examine the signaling pathways in myeloid development. Applicants with a strong background in cancer biology, genomics, flow cytometry and/or mouse models are strongly encouraged. The ideal candidate must be independent and interested in learning and applying new techniques from the literature. The candidate will be primarily focused driving their own research project, with the goal of generating data for grants and manuscripts, rather than lab management.
When you work at St. Jude, you enjoy
Research that translates: Your work at St. Jude directly impacts patient care and advances discoveries that save children worldwide.
Stability and growth: Thanks to generous donors and supplemental grant support, our scientific progress is never halted and you’ll enjoy unmatched resources to do the science you’ve always dreamed of doing.
Award-winning environment: St. Jude is consistently recognized by Fortune magazine as one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For.”
Constant learning: From in-depth training to world-class seminars and symposia, you’ll be given constant opportunities to expand your knowledge, learn new skills, and grow in your career.
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