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Postdoctoral Fellowship Positions

Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunity, PhD and/or MD Molecular Imaging of Cancer, UCLA Scholars in Oncologic Molecular Imaging (SOMI) postdoctoral training program, Crump Institute for Molecular Imaging, University of California, Los Angeles 

We have current openings available for two or three new trainees http://www.crump.ucla.edu/somi to participate in multidisciplinary research under the supervision of two complementary mentors, in molecular imaging of cancer. Trainees also participate in coursework, clinical tutorials/ethics training, quarterly research dinners, seminars, and preparation of a mock grant. The program is open to candidates with either Ph.D. or M.D. degrees, who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Up to three years of support is available to trainees. This support may be used for postdoctoral salary, supplies, and travel (and may be supplemented by mentors according to relevant policies). We are particularly interested in recruiting trainees who are underrepresented minorities or come from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. SOMI is supported by the NIH/NCI under the R25T mechanism. 

Further information and application instructions are available at the SOMI website http://www.crump.ucla.edu/somi. Currently accepting applications. Please visit the website for application deadlines.

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Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunity, PhD for Magneto-Protein Chip for Cancer Diagnostics.
Fellowship training will be with Dr. Shan Wang from the Materials Science Department at Stanford University.

All interested individuals please contact Dr. Shan Wang.

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NCI Cancer Research Imaging Camp:  An Educational Opportunity for Basic Cancer Researchers

Dates: June 19 - 24, 2011
Location: Washington University, St. Louis, MO
Application Deadline:  Feb. 11, 2011

 Overview: Postdoctoral fellows and early career-level faculty in fields related to basic cancer biology are invited to apply for a special intensive course on in vivo imaging techniques. Through lectures and hands-on laboratory sessions, participants will gain experience with a wide range of imaging modalities, including advanced optical imaging, MRI, PET, SPECT, CT, and ultrasound. After this course, participants will be able to select and apply the appropriate in vivo imaging technique necessary to investigate a biological hypothesis and to interpret the resulting imaging data. Attendance is strictly limited to invited participants.

Contact:  Anne Menkens, Ph.D., NCI Cancer Imaging Program - am187k@nih.gov 

Program Details:  http://imaging.cancer.gov/NewsAndMeetings/workshops/CRIC

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