Open positions

We are looking for motivated postdocs and technicians to work on deciphering prostate cancer aggressiveness mechanisms applying genetics, genomics and live imaging approaches. If you are interested in the study of genome function and stability mechanisms and their role in prostate cancer contact us.

Applications should be sent to: 

Veronica.Rodriguez-Bravo@jefferson.edu including a cover letter with motivations and scientific goals for this position, a CV including publication record and a list of references.

For more information you can visit this external link

Graduate Students

Our lab welcomes rotation students from the graduate programs of Thomas Jefferson University.

Rodriguez-Bravo Lab, NCI-Designated Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center.

Thomas Jefferson University. Philadelphia, PA, USA

By Rodriguez-Bravo Lab.
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