Postdoctoral positions are being offered in the areas of chromatin remodeling, epigenetics, DNA damage response, therapy resistance and tumor suppression. The primary focus of the Bitler lab is to elucidate mechanisms of targeted therapy resistance in ovarian cancer and to develop novel combinatorial therapeutic strategies. The lab has an emphasis on epigenetic-dependent mechanisms of resistance. The lab is based in a strong clinical department (Obstetrics and Gynecology), which facilitates highly impactful and translational research.
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology has a full time opening for a Professional Research Assistant in the Division of Reproductive Sciences, studying the cellular and molecular mechanisms of regulation of placental nutrient transporters and to investigate the role of placental function in determining fetal growth and long-term health.
This site allows interested postdocs to email their interest to up to three faculty members and also allows investigators to review your information when they are looking for a postdoc.