Do you wonder why the molecular alteration profiles of tumors differ so much from tissue to tissue? Are you curious how the microbiome contributes to cancer initiation and progression? Are you interested in epigenetics and would like to better understand how epigenetic changes can have an impact on the fitness of cancer cells? Are you computational biologist looking for a PostDoc position? Then you should get in touch with us. We are currently looking for a postdoctoral fellow who will work within the AIRC-funded research project “Interactions between tumor and microenvironment: contributions to molecular alterations and cancer subtype localization”.

Find more information here.

Our lab has been awarded a five year research grant from the Italian Association for Cancer Research (AIRC / MFAG) for the project “Interactions between tumor and microenvironment: contributions to molecular alterations and cancer subtype localization”.

We are looking for smart and interested candidates with a strong computational background on all (academic) levels!

Find more information here or contact: martin.schaefer@ieo.it

We just started the computational cancer biology lab at the European Institute of Oncology (IEO) in Milan.