Our group is focused on understanding the cooperative interactions that conspire to promote human disease. To achieve this, we have been taking a multi-faceted approach; combining mouse modelling techniques with comprehensive biochemical and genetics studies.
Our current research is aimed to ascertain the proteostastatic regulation of the RAS GTPases and its relevance to human health and disease.
We are looking for postdoctoral researcher to join our team and participate in cutting-edge cancer research projects.
You are a great fit to the lab if you have a PhD in a relevant field of study (e.g. cancer research, molecular biology, or biochemistry); you are self-motivated, independent and ambitious. Expertise in biochemistry, molecular biology, and mouse models will be the most competitive.