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Postdoctoral Research Opportunities


Program in Tissue Remodeling, Center for Cell Biology and Cancer Research, Albany Medical College

The Center for Cell Biology and Cancer Research seeks applicants for its postdoctoral research training program in Tissue Remodeling. This program focuses on the roles of extracellular matrix proteins, integrins, growth factors and cytokines in regulating cell functions important to wound healing and tumor progression. The Center has undergone an expansion that includes the addition of new faculty and the establishment of well-equipped facilities for conducting molecular and cellular biology. Faculty are actively involved in the training of postdoctoral fellows and graduate students and in the research activities in their laboratories.  Center faculty collaborate with investigators in the Albany area, including the Wadsworth Center, SUNY-Albany, and RPI, as well as with researchers in Boston, MA and New York City (both ~ 3 hr by car). Albany is located in the scenic Hudson River Valley, offering affordable housing, easy commutes and quick access to cultural (e.g., Saratoga Springs and Tanglewood Performing Arts Centers), and outdoor activities (Adirondack and Catskill State Parks).  Excellent financial compensation and benefits are provided.

 

Ralf-Peter Czekay Regulation of adhesion receptor function during cell invasion

C. Michael DiPersio

Integrin modulation of metalloprotease activity

Paul Higgins

Regulation of gene expression by TGF-beta/EGF and matrix receptors

Susan LaFlamme

Integrin signaling in cell adhesion and migration

Michelle R. Lennartz

Role of PKC in inflammatory response

Gang Liu

mRNA localization and cytoskeleton dynamics

Paula McKeown-Longo

Effects of extracellular matrix on cell growth and motility

Kenneth Norman Src kinases and signal transduction

Kevin Pumiglia

VEGF signal transduction and anti-angiogenic gene therapy

Yi Tang p53 in cancer and metabolism

Livingston Van De Water

Fibronectin variant function in wound repair

Chunhong Yan Transcriptional regulation of cancer progression and metastasis

Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae and the names of three references to individual faculty members or to:

Paula J. McKeown-Longo, Ph.D.
Muntz Professor and Director
Center for Cell Biology & Cancer Research
(MC-165)
Albany Medical College
47 New Scotland Avenue
Albany, NY 12208
 

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