Postdoctoral Research Fellows

We are seeking a self-motivated investigator who has a strong background in biochemistry, cancer cell biology, CRISPR-based screens, and/or small molecule drug discovery. The ideal candidate is a strong bench scientist who can think creatively and has a proven track of success in a laboratory setting (i.e. a record of publications). A PhD and/or MD is required for this position. Some of our ongoing projects include (i) identifying the ubiquitin-dependent enzymes that control cancer cell survival and proliferation, (ii) elucidating the molecular basis for ubiquitin-dependent gene regulation, and (iii) developing small molecule inhibitors that target the ubiquitin-proteasome system. The postdoctoral fellow will have the necessary resources to carry out an independent research project, including access to technicians, and will hold academic appointments at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, and a list of references with contact information to Eugene Oh at eugene.oh@mgh.harvard.edu.

Graduate Students

We welcome visiting students who want to pursue a thesis project in our lab. We offer a rich and stimulating environment for those who want to carry out an independent research project. Interested students should directly contact Eugene Oh at eugene.oh@mgh.harvard.edu for more information.