The Knight Cancer Institute and OHSU Center for Spatial Systems Biology (OCSSB) invites applications for a faculty position at the level of assistant or associate professor.
We seek to recruit a faculty member to develop an independent research program aimed at elucidation of the structure and function of cancer related proteins and protein complexes using single particle cryoEM, cryoEM tomography, multicolor super resolution fluorescence microscopy and/or correlative light and electron microscopy. Participation in graduate education programs in Biomedical Engineering and/or the Program in Molecular and Cell Biology is also expected.
The successful candidate will have a demonstrated track record of research leadership and publication, the potential to obtain grant funding, an interest in teaching, and the ability to engage and excel in a collaborative, multidisciplinary research environment. This position reports to Joe Gray, PhD
The duties of this position include:
Teaching and mentoring students
Conducting research and publishing
Obtaining grant funding
Collaborate as interest dictates in the Knight Cancer Institute Precision Oncology and Early Detection programs
Contribute to the ongoing technical development of structural imaging in collaboration with other investigators in the National Center for CryoElectron Microscopy and the OCSSB
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