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We are always willing to help black cancer researchers in our network in all aspects of their career, including finding suitable roles. Please note, that the roles listed are from external organisations and BIC is not involved in the hiring process. With that said, we'll be waiting to hear your success story.

Invent at Seattle Children's Postdoctoral Scholars Program

The Invent at Seattle Children’s Postdoctoral Scholars Program trains early career scientists historically underrepresented in or excluded from biotech in the development of therapeutics for childhood conditions. Scholars will receive three years of salary support plus benefits to create new “discovered here” cellular, gene or protein therapeutics that ultimately advance to clinical trials for children, all while preparing for careers in the biotech industry or academia. Positions are based in Seattle, WA.

Application deadline: Rolling

University of Michigan

The University of Michigan, in partnership with the Rogel Cancer Center and the School of Nursing, have one postdoctoral fellowship opening in our interdisciplinary training program in cancer care delivery research, which will be available for appointment on July 3, 2023. Key selection criteria include potential for an independent research career in cancer care delivery research and plans for a research-intensive career. While applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, priority consideration will be given to applications received by November 1, 2022. Contact with any questions. 

Application deadline: Rolling

The University of North Carolina
UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center

The UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, in collaboration with departments in the School of Medicine and across the entire University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, seeks outstanding candidates for faculty positions at all ranks in basic and translational cancer research. This broad-based recruitment seeks several creative scientists in fundamental molecular, cellular and computational areas applicable to cancer etiology, progression, metastasis and therapy.

Women and candidates from traditionally underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply. Areas of interest include but are not limited to: animal models, signaling, systems biology, cancer genetics/genomics/epigenetics, tumor virology, cancer immunology, development of therapeutics and biologics, and gene editing.

Applicants should have a strong record of recent accomplishments as a postdoctoral fellow or sustained productivity as an established faculty member. Appointment and rank in an academic department will be determined by the applicant’s qualifications.

Applications will be reviewed beginning January 15, 2023, until the positions are filled.

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