Philanthropy is very important in advancing our search towards breast cancer care.
We are very grateful for continued support to accelerate new collaborative research at the Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center.
We are looking for highly motivated and enthusiastic people interested in cancer epigenetics and novel cancer therapies.
We have openings for the following positions:
Our lab welcomes applications for rotations from graduate students from the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BMB) Department at the School of Public Health at Hopkins University.
Successful candidates should have a PhD. A strong background in epigenetics and molecular biology is preferred.
Computational Research Data Analyst
The Eneda Toska lab together with the Elana Fertig Lab are looking for a computational staff scientist to lead analyses on epigenomics analyses such as (ChIP-seq, ATAC-seq and RNA-seq) and single cell (RNA-seq and ATAC-seq) analyses in cancer models. The successful candidate will become a fundamental component of this multidisciplinary team with mentorship in both computational and biological processes affecting therapeutic response in cancer.
Our lab is looking for a talented lab technician to work alongside postdocs and graduate students.
Application Requirements for all candidates except PhD students:
CV, cover letter, and the contacts of three references emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fellows from the Johns Hopkins Hospital are welcomed to apply. Expertise in breast cancer and some prior research experience is preferred.