The Bandyopadhyay lab at the University of California, San Francisco is recruiting postdoctoral scholars in the field of cancer systems biology. We use a combination of genomic and proteomic screening technologies coupled with bioinformatic data integration to elucidate molecular networks which drive tumor growth, drug responses and other malignant cancer phenotypes. We are a new lab at the cutting edge of functional genomics and are developing several highly innovative techniques for mapping cancer-associated molecular networks for applications in personalized cancer therapy. The UCSF Cancer Center in Mission Bay has a highly collegial and collaborative atmosphere and most of our projects are executed in collaboration with several other labs in the area.
We are seeking postdoctoral fellows in the fields of RNAi-based screening, proteomic profiling and/or systems biology. Experience in high-throughput screening or experimental cancer biology is highly desired as well as statistics or programming experience. The applicant should also have a track record of research achievement as evidenced by at least one first author publication in a peer-reviewed journal. If interested, please send your CV, PDF of one of your papers and your references to Sourav Bandyopadhyay