As a Research Support Specialist in the Division of Hematology/Oncology, Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, University at Buffalo (UB), you will perform research under Dr. Roberto Pili’s supervision to achieve the objectives of the research projects with the division.
Dr. Pili specializes in research on the role of epigenetic modifications in overcoming drug resistance and modulating response to immunotherapies. His laboratory is also studying the impact of dietary interventions as adjuvant tools in patients receiving cancer treatments.
Tasks that you will be responsible for may include:
Work on innovative and collaborative cancer research at UB and on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, particularly in the areas of immunotherapies, drug development and delivery, epigenetics, and lifestyle-dietary interventions.
Ability to apply the theory, concepts, and principles in the field of study or discipline.
Conduct data analysis, drafting and preparing manuscripts with the PI and presentation of data at scientific meetings.
Outstanding Benefits Package
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Bachelor’s Degree in the field of study or discipline.
Research experience in the handling and use of animals.
Basic professional knowledge of the disciplinary field and the ability to relate this knowledge to various phenomena under study.
Expertise in biotechnologies and molecular medicine.
Highly motivated and exceptionally organized team player with good communication skills.
Strong language and writing English skills are also important.