The Mani lab always welcomes talented and motivated individuals with a Ph.D. and/or M.D. for postdoctoral positions. Candidates with experience in either cancer biology, cell biology, molecular biology or mouse developmental biology are preferred.
Interested applicants shouldsend a statement of research interest and updated CV to Mani@mdanderson.org for further consideration.
Major areas of research @ Mani laboratory include:
- Identification and functional characterization of genetic regulators of invasion, metastasis, EMT and cancer stem cells
- Genomic and epigenomic analysis of cellular plasticity during metastasis
- Identification, characterization and development of small molecules inhibitors for preventing and treating therapy resistance and metastasis
- Inducible and conditional knockout mouse models for modeling EMT and metastasis in vivo
The Mani laboratory may take up to two Ph.D. track Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS) students each year. Interested candidates should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only students admitted to The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS) are eligible to join the lab. All others should visit GSBS website for admission information to the graduate school.
Undergraduate students interested in participating in research in the Mani lab should apply through the summer research programs offered by MD Anderson.