Immediate: Postdoctoral fellow positions available 

The Lyssiotis Lab is seeking postdoctoral fellows (multiple positions available) to lead a project on cancer and immunometabolism. The main focus of the projects will be to explore how the heterogeneous cancer, stromal and immune cell populations in a pancreatic tumor coordinate their metabolism to support the survival and growth of the tumor. This will involve techniques in biochemistry, analytical chemistry and mass spectrometry-based metabolomics using human and murine models of pancreatic cancer.

Members of the Lyssiotis laboratory work in a highly collaborative research environment with leading experts in immunology, pancreatic cancer biology and oncology. Our goal is to motivate and train fellows across disciples to address new and challenging problems in cancer and metabolism. Please contact Costas with interest by providing a CV and the names of 3 qualified references.

Rolling: We are looking for talented trainees at all levels to join us in our research. If interested in a volunteer, undergraduate research opportunity (UROP), graduate rotation or full time position, contact Costas.

For graduate students interested in rotating in the Lyssiotis lab, please note that Costas is a member of the Program in Biomedical Sciences (PiBS) and has affiliations with the Molecular & Integrative Physiology, Cancer Biology and Chemical Biology graduate programs.

Undergraduates may apply through UROP or contact Costas directly.