Postdoctoral Fellow

first_imgPosting Details Preferred Qualifications Hours/Week Additional Information Normal work days Anticipated Hiring RangeCommensurate Job Code/TitlePD – Post Doctoral Required Qualifications We seek talented applicants with a recent PhD in CancerBiology/Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology or closely related fields.Candidates should have a strong background in molecular biologytechniques. Experience with DNA cloning, IHC, IF, and viruses alongwith mouse breeding, and mouse tumor studies is required. Organizational Overview Resource CriticalNo Special Instructions to Applicants Remove from posting on or before Position NumberP00001 Normal work hours Position TypePost Doc Interested applicants should submit a Curriculum Vitae along withthe names and contact information of three references to: Dr.Sumitra Deb, Professor, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology,Virginia Commonwealth University, Massey Cancer Center, GoodwinResearch Laboratory, 401 College Street, Richmond, Virginia 23298,Fax 804-827-1427, Email [email protected];[email protected]; Is any portion of this position grant-funded?Yes – Continuation of this position depends on funding of thegrant. Job CategoryLaboratory Job Open Date01/06/2021 Recruitment PoolAll Applicants Sensitive PositionNo Quick Link Description of the Job At VCU, we Make it Real through learning, research, creativity,service and discovery — the hallmarks of the VCU experience. Apremier, urban, public research university nationally recognized asone of the best employers for diversity, VCU is a great place towork. It’s a place of opportunity, where your success is supportedand your career can thrive. VCU offers employees a generous leavepackage, career paths for advancement, competitive pay, and anopportunity to do mission-driven work. CampusMCV Campus Working TitlePostdoctoral Fellow Postdoctoral research positions are available to work on an NIH-funded project devising and optimizing strategies for specificallytargeting cancer containing gain-of-function mutant p53.The research involves studies on mechanism of gain of oncogenicfunction by mutant p53 as well as innovative targeting of GOFmutant p53 for therapeutic benefit. These positions provideexcellent mentoring and training opportunities. DepartmentBiochemistry Does this position provide patient or clinical services to theVCU Health System?No Open Until FilledYes Does this position require a pre-placement medicalassessment?No Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).Optional & Required DocumentsRequired DocumentsCurriculum Vitae (CV)Optional DocumentsCover Letter/Letter of Applicationlast_img read more

Listen To Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Debut Led Zeppelin’s “Moby Dick” In 2015

first_imgLast week, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead released a soundboard recording of the group’s performance at The Pageant in St. Louis, Missouri, on April 25th, 2015 for their weekly Taper Tuesday series. The release was dubbed “The Wayback Machine Edition,” as the group’s 4/25/2015 performance marked the 25th performance by the Grateful Dead-inspired band. This week, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead continues this throwback trend with a second “Wayback Machine Edition” of Taper Tuesday, this time with the release of the soundboard of the group’s 22nd show—a performance on April 22nd, 2015, at 1st Avenue in Minneapolis, Minnesota.Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Releases Throwback Audio From 4/25/2015 St. Louis ShowFor their April 2015 show in Minneapolis, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead was certainly in proper form, opening with the prelude and part one of the “Weather Report Suite” and later closing out the first set with a thirty-minute long “Terrapin Suite.” Though the group uses the music of the Grateful Dead as a springboard for their innovative and energized jams, the band has developed a rabid group of fans because of their ability to shy away from convention and make each performance truly their own. For the 1st Avenue show, rather than going into a traditional “China Cat Sunflower” / “I Know You Rider” combo that the Grateful Dead leaned heavily on, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead made a detour through an eleven-and-a-half rendition of “The Eleven” before moving from “China Cat” into “Rider.” Notably, the 4/22/2015 show also saw the band debut their cover of Led Zeppelin’s “Moby Dick,” a cover that has only been played once since at Brooklyn Bowl this past year on March 10th.Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Announces Two Thanksgiving Philly DatesYou can take a listen to Joe Russo’s Almost Dead’s performance on April 22nd, 2015, at 1st Avenue in Minneapolis, Minnesota below, plus take a look at the setlist from the night, courtesy of Peter Costello.[Photo: Sam Shinault] Setlist: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead | 1st Avenue | Minneapolis, MN | 4/22/2015Set One: Weather Report Suite Prelude (Instr) > Weather Report Suite Part One (Instr) > Let it Grow (SM), Help On The Way (TH) > Slipknot! > Moby Dick* >Terrapin Suite + (TH)Set Two: Playing In The Band + (SM) > Ramble On Rose # (TH) >Truckin & (SM) -> China Cat (TH) -> The Eleven + (TH/JR) -> I Know You Rider (All)Encore: Viola Lee Blues $$ (ALL)Notes: * Led Zeppelin Cover, First Time Played | + With “Let It Grow” teases (TH) | # With “Mephisto” (Benevento Russo Duo) Teases (MB) | & With “The Eleven” teases (TH) & “New Speedway Boogie” Teases (MB) | $$ With “China Cat” & “The Eleven” teases (TH) & a “Feel Like A Stranger” Jamlast_img read more

Patchogue Armed Home Invasion Probed

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Suffolk County police are investigating an armed home invasion in Patchogue last week, authorities said.Two masked gunmen—one armed with a pistol, the other with a shotgun—entered a West Main Street apartment through the front door and demanded money from the victims inside at 9:35 p.m. Monday, Feb. 23, police said.The suspects then fled the scene. The victims were not injured. No arrests have been made.The suspects were described as 6-foot-tall black men with thin builds wearing dark-colored clothing.Fifth Squad detectives are continuing the investigation.last_img

Pirates Board Tanker at Anchorage off Guinea

first_imgThe 52,600 dwt chemical tanker Ance was attacked by pirates on September 16 while it was anchored some 5 nautical miles off Conakry, Guinea.Four pirates armed with a gun and knives boarded the tanker in the early morning hours, according to data provided by IMB Piracy Reporting Centre.The perpetrators reportedly took the duty AB hostage, tied his hands and forced him to lead them to the bridge. Once inside the bridge the robbers took the duty officer hostage and forced him to lead them to the Captain, Chief Engineer, third officer and bosun’s cabins, IMB PRC added.After looting the cabins, the robbers locked the crew in a cabin and escaped. Crew personal belongings, cash and ship’s properties were stolen, the report shows.The operator of the vessels, Latvia-based ship manager LSC Ltd, emphasized that there were no injuries to the crew members adding that the entire crew is in “good spirit and health”. The company noted that there were no reports of damages to the cargo and the vessel following the incident.last_img read more

Scorpions defend 204 to beat CCC Marooners

first_imgJAMAICA Scorpions defended 204 against Combined Campuses & Colleges Marooners in Bridgetown, courtesy of a spirited bowling effort led by Nikita Miller, who took 3 for 12 from nine overs.Miller’s haul saw CCC slip from 124 for 5 to 130 for 8, before they folded on 160 to give Jamaica a 44-run win that took them to second place in Group B.Jamaica reached 204 after fifties from Jermaine Blackwood (51) and Andre McCarthy (51), and a late surge from Jerome Taylor (41). Between these knocks, CCC took regular wickets to keep Jamaica in check. They lost their first two wickets for 26 and then slipped from 109 for 2 to be bowled out in the 46th over. Off-spinners Mark Deyal and Vikash Mohan took three wickets each.For CCC, their top score came from the extras conceded by Jamaica (30, of which 24 were wides). Cassius Burton (28), Amir Jangoo (24) and Mark Deyal (21) got starts but, with regular wickets falling, Jamaica completed a win in the 42nd over.SCORPIONS inningsC. Walton c Smith b Levy 4S. Taylor c wkp. Jangoo b Harding 21J. Blackwood c Hinds b Deyal 51A. McCarthy c Harding b Mohan 51D. Thomas c Jangoo b Mohan 1J. Campbell lbw b Mohan 4R. Powell c & b Deyal 5D. Jacobs c Hinds b Deyal 7N. Miller c Hinds b Harding 10J. Taylor c Deyal b Levy 41R. Leveridge not out 0Extras: (lb-3, w-4, nb-2) 9Total: (all out, 45.2 overs) 204Fall of wickets: 1-26, 2-26, 3-109, 4-119, 5-125, 6-133, 7-150, 8-151, 9-187.Bowling: Harding 7-1-23-2 (w-2), Levy 6.2-1-34-2 (nb-1), Hinds 8-0-37-0, Edward 4-1-22-0, Mohan 10-0-42-3 (w-1), Deyal 10-0-43-3 (w-1).MAROONERS inningsA. Jangoo c wkp. Walton b Powell 24V. Mohan lbw b Taylor 4K. Corbin run-out 18C. Burton b Miller 28R. Hinds c Blackwood b Powell 7A. Jones run-out 6M. Deyal lbw b Miller 21J. Smith c McCarthy b Miller 0L. Edward c & b Campbell 17K. Harding c wkp. Walton b Jacobs 1J Levy not out 4Extras: (lb-4, w-24, nb-2) 30Total: (all out, 41.3 overs) 160Fall of wickets: 1-6, 2-53, 3-58, 4-71, 5-81, 6-124, 7-124, 8-130, 9-147.Bowling: Taylor 7-3-24-1 (w-2), Leveridge 4-0-26-0 (w-6), Powell 7-1-32-2 (w-4), Jacobs 9-0-44-1 (w-6), Miller 9-2-12-3, Campbell 5.3-0-18-1 (w-6).Points: Scorpions 5, Marooners 0.last_img read more