The Division of Surgical Oncology is seeking an enthusiastic
Postdoctoral Fellow (PhD). Postdoctoral research fellows are
trainees working in an apprenticeship mode in preparation for a
career as a scientific professional. Under this role, the
postdoctoral researchers will work in research projects involving
the use of mass spectrometry and mass spectrometry imaging in
biomedical and cancer research. The postdoctoral research fellow is
expected to be able to perform experiments using mass spectrometry
instrumentation, as well as data and statistical analysis. The
fellow is also expected to lead clinical studies and participate in
research involving human subjects. Additional responsibilities
include interacting directly with clinicians, surgeons, and
pathologists to fulfill the aims of the research projects.
- Plans, directs, and conducts advanced research experiments
using mass spectrometry.
- Evaluates and analyzes mass spectrometry data.
- Performs statistical analysis.
- Establishes new research protocols and procedures.
- Summarizes research findings and publishes results in research
- Assists with grant proposal writing and progress reports.
- Assists with laboratory operations.
- Supports supervision of research staff including graduate and
- Ph.D. in Basic Science, Health Science, or a related
- No experience.
- Expertise in mass spectrometry.
- Experience with ambient ionization mass spectrometry and/or
mass spectrometry imaging is desirable.
Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action/Equal Access Employer.
CA; CH; PD