The California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute is a dynamic group of scientists and clinical investigators focused on biomedical, clinical and translational research. We are the research component of California Pacific Medical Center, the largest medical center in San Francisco. Currently we are seeking a self-motivated, innovative and independent scientist to join our group’s effort toward building a translational oncology resource for a precision medicine approach to cancer treatment.
This position requires advanced knowledge of rodent (mouse) surgical procedures, and primary mammalian cell culture. In addition, knowledge of cancer genomics and pharmacogenomics are highly desirable. Good working knowledge of oncology, biochemistry, molecular and cell biology are required. Previous publications in the field of cancer research are highly desirable. Knowledge of handling of human tissues and blood and prior experience in animal models of cancer (xenograft) is required. PhD with less than 2 years postdoctoral experience preferred. Supervision will be provided jointly by senior scientists affiliated with the program. Must be highly collaborative, team-oriented, but also capable of working independently. Strong written/verbal communication skills are required. The position may require occasional weekend and evening duties. Salary is commensurate with experience.
CPMC Research Institute offers excellent benefits, including continuing education, learning resources, defined benefit pension plan, 100% Employer paid medical, dental and vision benefits, flexible spending accounts and much more.
Please submit CV and names of three references.
No recruiters, please. Local candidates preferred. Must be legally employable in the US. EOE