We are now looking for one outstanding, ambitious and independent postdoc candidate with a strong background in biochemistry and cell biology and experience in cancer research. The projects will focus on proteomics-based identification of novel regulators of advanced prostate cancer and the detailed dissection of their molecular underpinnings and biological functions. We strongly value postdocs, who are able to work in a research environment with emphasis on collaboration between group members as well as with other research departments at CPR and beyond.
Highly motivated and ambitious candidates are encouraged to apply. A PhD in a relevant biological area is required. Solid experience in biochemestry and molecular biology and excellent track-record from leading research laboratories in the research field will be considered a distinct advantage. Experience with mice models, immunohistochemistry and clinical proteomics is highly desirable. Excellent collaboration and communication skills, both oral and written, are essential.