Post doc on cancer nanotechnology (USA)
The Nano-Bio Physics group at Physics department of The University of Texas at Arlington is looking for a postdoctoral research fellow. This group is dedicating to the studies of cancer nanotechnology and biological sensors, such as early detection and imaging of cancers, nanotechnology based cancer treatment and new drug discovery. In addition, this group is also working on in vivo radiation detection, dosimetry as well as cataract detection and prevention. The main tasks of the position are to conduct cell culture, toxicity studies, in vivo and in vitro cancer studies, report preparation and publications. The goal is to develop photodynamic therapy in combination with radiation therapies for deep cancer treatment. Details about the Nano-Bio Physics Group can be seen at http://www.uta.edu/physics/main/faculty/wchen/index.html
Interested candidates may contact Professor Dr. Wei Chen (firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-272-1064) for more information. Applicants may send their applications to email@example.com. Application materials include a letter of interest, Resume, two letters of recommendation and two representative articles.
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