Post Doc Fellow, Department of Radiation Oncology
Date: Jul 25, 2021
Cincinnati, OH, US
University of Cincinnati
Current UC employees must apply internally via SuccessFactors >
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The Sertorio Laboratory in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Cincinnati is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to study several aspects (molecular response, immunology) of the biology of proton radiation in head and neck cancer and in different normal tissues. An exciting part of the work will focus on establishing novel patient derived 3D culture methodologies such as organoid or engineered tissue.
The projects will take advantage of the newly built Cincinnati Proton Therapy Center where research using pencil beam technology is carried out in a replica of adjacent patient treatment rooms. Towards rapid translation, the fellows will be embedded in a team of clinicians and researchers.
Conduct research experiments in a particular field within the pre-determined research scope and methodology.
Gather and analyze data and develop new ideas that promote current research.
Prepare data summaries, reports, manuscripts and presentations of research results.
Participate/assist in manuscript writing for publication in scientific journals and/or presentation; may assist in grant writing.
Keep informed of developments in field to maintain and enhance professional expertise.
Lab maintenance, including equipment maintenance and ordering of supplies, as needed.
May teach techniques to others, train, and mentor junior research staff.
Engage in appropriate training and professional development opportunities.
Play an active role in seeking career and research advice, both from the faculty supervisor and from other faculty members as well.
Perform related duties based on departmental need. This job description can be changed at any time.
Doctoral Degree in the appropriate field or discipline, or the recognized terminal degree, or the equivalent foreign equivalent.
Additional Qualifications Considered
Preferred applicants will have experience in radiation biology or immunology and/or complex cell culture, flow cytometry, mouse experimentation, basics biochemistry and biomolecular technics.
The University of Cincinnati, as a multi-national and culturally diverse university, is committed to providing an inclusive, equitable and diverse place of learning and employment. As part of a complete job application you will be asked to include a Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion statement.
As a UC employee, and an employee of an Ohio public institution, if hired you will not contribute to the federal Social Security system, other than contributions to Medicare. Instead, UC employees have the option to contribute to a state retirement plan (OPERS, STRS) or an alternative retirement plan (ARP).
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