MD Anderson Cancer Center Postdoctoral Fellow - Leukemia Research in Houston, Texas
The candidate will engage on translational research related to hematologic malignancies. Specifically, the candidate will use various molecular biology and cellular biology techniques to study the specific function of genes relevant to hematologic malignancies. The candidate is expected to independently plan, design, and conduct research, and analyze the data and present the data in the meeting or in a published form.
Understand the functional genomics in leukemia.
Learn novel molecular biology and cellular biology techniques to investigate the function of specific genes of interest.
Lean the relationship between genetic abnormalities and disease phenotype.
Successful candidates should have an MD, PhD or both credentials. Applicants must have minimum 3 years of experience in hematological research or cancer research
ADDITIONAL APPLICATION INFORMATION
Work schedule of Monday - Friday, from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
MD Anderson follows the NIH stipend levels as outlined by the "Kirchstein - NRSA". This full-time trainee position will provide a salary between $56,484 to $68,604, dependent upon the years of postgraduate experience.
MD Anderson offers compensated trainees:
Paid medical benefits (zero premium) starting on first day for trainees who work 30 or more hours per week
Group Dental, Vision, Life, AD&D and Disability coverage
Paid Education Vacation and Sick Leave
Paid institutional holidays, wellness leave, childcare leave and other paid leave programs
Teachers Retirement System defined-benefit pension plan and two voluntary retirement plans
Employer paid life, AD&D and an illness-related reduced salary pay program
Health Savings Account and Dependent Care Reimbursement flexible spending accounts
State of Texas longevity pay
Extensive wellness, fitness, employee health programs and employee resource groups
Koichi Takahashi, MD, PHD