IRB Barcelona is a self-standing, non-profit institution devoted to basic and applied biomedical research. It was set up in 2005 jointly by the Government of Catalonia and the University of Barcelona and is located at the Barcelona Science Park. The institute currently has more than 430 members (scientific, technical and administrative staff) from all over the world, who work across disciplines to advance research in the biomedical sciences.
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IRB Barcelona seeks a Postdoctoral Researcher to work on the project “The molecular basis of the sex-linked tumour dimorphism” funded by the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities and by the European Regional Development Fund (FEDER) with reference number PGC2018-097372-B-I00. The candidate will join the Cell Division Laboratory led by Prof. Cayetano González at IRB Barcelona. By modeling cancer in flies, the laboratory investigates the cellular changes that drive malignant growth and aims to identify conserved mechanisms that might be relevant for human cancer therapy.
The candidate will be involved in developing the ambitious project referred to above, aimed at understanding the molecular and cellular basis of sex-linked tumour dimorphism, using Drosophila melanogaster as a tumour model.
- PhD degree in life sciences
- Strong background in Drosophila research
- Strong experience in Drosophila genetics, molecular biology, advanced microscopy techniques and image analysis
- Experience in “omics” techniques (e.g. transcriptomics and proteomics)
- Fluent spoken and written English
- Highly independent, motivated, ambitious, and collaborative person
- Ability to work in a dynamic and multicultural environment, excellent communication, organizational and problem-solving skills.