Research Associate-Fixed Term
The Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics seeks a Research Associate to work in the Dr. Richard Schwartz. We are investigating the promotional effects of a high fat diet and its interaction with the endocrine disruptor benzophenone-3/ BP-3/oxybenzone, the active ingredient in most sunscreens and many personal care products. These studies utilize various genetic mammary cancer mouse models. Our MSU research project is one of six national programs currently funded by the NIEHS/NCI Breast Cancer and the Environment Research Program.Required Degree
Doctorate -Cancer biologyMinimum Requirements
- A doctorate degree.
- Experience with immunological staining of tissue sections, microscopy, and standard molecular biological methodologies (e.g., RNA isolation, PCR, western blotting).
- It would be beneficial for the candidate to have had prior experience in mammary gland biology, cancer biology, and/or cancer immunology.
- Experience with animal studies would be an asset but not necessary.
Applicants will be required to submit a CV, three most recent published papers, a cover letter and the names and e-mail addresses of three academic references.Special Instructions
Review of applications will begin 10/16/2018, and the position will remain open until filled. Please contact Dr. Richard Schwartz, [email protected], if you have any questions.
10/16/2018Summary of Health Risks
Candidate will work with animals or unfixed animal tissue as well as formaldehyde.Website
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