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Position: Postdoctoral Fellow in biochemistry
Institution: University of Oslo
Location: Oslo, Østlandet, Norway
Duties: The postdoc will take part in a basic project with strong clinical implications. The aim of the project is to identify new targets for improved treatment of B cell precursor acute lymphoblastic leukemia (BCP-ALL). A key feature of the project is modulation of the cAMP/PKA pathway in regulation of cellular processes such as DNA damage responses, oxidative stress and autophagy. In addition to experiments on cell cultures of primary ALLs and ALL-derived cell lines, in vivo experiments on an established xenograft model of ALL in NSG mice will have a central role
Requirements: Degree equivalent to a Norwegian doctoral degree in cell biology, molecular biology or equal. Ability to work independently, take initiatives and be responsible for own progression. Experience in molecular/cell biological- and immunological techniques, such as isolation and culturing of cells, cell transfections/siRNA techniques, Western blot analysis, confocal microscopy, and flow cytometry analysis. Experience with in vivo animal models and working in animal facilities. The applicant must speak and write English fluently. Relevance of the candidate background, both when it comes to the research field and the experimental methods. Ample experience with cell culturing and assays related to DNA damage responses, autophagy, and oxidative stress. Experience with in vivo mice models and working in animal facilities. The assumed academic and personal ability of the candidate to complete the project within the given timeframe will be considered, as well as social skills for working close with co-workers on the project
   
Text: Gå til innhold Gå til sidemeny Jobbnorge.no needs Degree equivalent to a Norwegian doctoral degree in cell biology, molecular biology or equal. Ability to work independently, take initiatives and be responsible for own progression. Experience in molecular/cell biological- and immunological techniques, such as isolation and culturing of cells, cell transfections/siRNA techniques, Western blot analysis, confocal microscopy, and flow cytometry analysis. Experience with in vivo animal models and working in animal facilities. The applicant must speak and write English fluently. Relevance of the candidate background, both when it comes to the research field and the experimental methods. Ample experience with cell culturing and assays related to DNA damage responses, autophagy, and oxidative stress. Experience with in vivo mice models and working in animal facilities. The assumed academic and personal ability of the candidate to complete the project within the given timeframe will be considered, as well as social skills for working close with co-workers on the project. JavaScript for all functions to work properly. Please turn on JavaScript in your browser and try again. Loading... See more jobs Vacant positions - University of Oslo Link to startpage Switchboard: 47 75 54 22 20 Support Privacy policy - cookies
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