Dr. Marios Giannakis, a translational researcher and medical oncologist at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (and Associate Member of the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard) is seeking a highly motivated, exceptional postdoctoral fellow to join his laboratory towards obtaining novel disease and therapeutic insights in colorectal cancer. The successful candidate will independently lead projects such as studying and modeling novel cancer drivers in this disease, exploring the therapeutic potential of targeting the Wnt-signaling pathway or assessing the interplay between tumor and immune cells in colorectal cancer. The successful applicant will also collaborate with a diverse array of community members both at Dana-Farber and the Broad, including molecular biologists, medical oncologists, pathologists, epidemiologists, genomics specialists and computational scientists among others. This individual will have the opportunity to leverage cutting-edge technologies, some of the world’s most comprehensive biomedical datasets and insights from the latest clinical trials in gastrointestinal malignancies to tackle pressing questions in cancer biology today. Consequently, there is unparalleled potential for her/his contributions to be published, presented, used and recognized worldwide.
Learn from and teach others towards expanding the group’s knowledge and productivity
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are essential