Associate or Full Professor - Cell Stress Biology

Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center
Department of Cell Stress Biology
Description of Duties

RPCI is soliciting applications to strengthen its NCI’s Cancer Center Support Grant Program in Cell Stress and Biophysical Therapies (CSBT). Prospective candidates must have a strong record of independent, extramurally funded program of cancer-related research that will complement the ongoing CSBT Program. Prospective candidates are expected to have active programs in the following areas: molecular (genetic, epigenetic and biochemical), cellular and systemic mechanisms of organismal response to stresses, pathologies associated with cancer treatment and aging, as well as development of new original cancer treatment approaches. Proven ability to acquire extramural funding, along with a strong publication record and other indications of academic activity and visibility are required.

RPCI is the world’s oldest cancer center established in 1898, which is known for numerous basic science and translational discoveries in oncology. RPCI is a NCI-recognized Comprehensive Cancer Center that runs multidisciplinary research combining, under the umbrella of its CCS Grant, multiple Programs aimed at understanding, preventing and curing cancer. It has state-of-the-art research infrastructure enabling all aspects of modern biomedical research – from discovery work towards clinical validation – and provides a highly stimulating academic and clinical environment.

Applicant Instructions

Interested candidates should send a CV via email to:
c/o Nicole Robinson
Executive & Faculty Recruitment
Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center