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JOB OFFER: Basic Science Principal Investigator, Research Core Director at the Hampton University Skin of Color Research Institute

Friday, January 22nd, 2010
HUSCRI

HUSCRI

Department : Hampton University Skin of Color Research Institute
Job Title : Basic Science Principal Investigator, Research Core Director


Description : The Hampton University Skin of Color Research Institute (HUSCRI), a newly established research institute, is seeking an outstanding principal investigator to assume leadership of the HUSCRI research program as its Principal Investigator, Research Core Director. The successful candidate will be hired at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor with experience in the area of cutaneous biology and specific interests in wound healing or pigment cell research. He/She will be expected to create and lead an innovative and aggressive research strategy that is harmonious with the mission and vision of Hampton University.  He/She will have the opportunity to initiate, foster, and grow collaborative relationships with investigators and neighboring institutions including Eastern Virginia Medical School and Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility. Newly outfitted HUSCRI laboratories will be housed in a 20,000-square- foot biomedical research building on the campus of Hampton University.

Requirements:
• Successful candidates must have either a PhD or MD/PhD
• Strong publication record in peer reviewed journals
• Record of demonstrated leadership
• History of success in attaining federally funded grants in areas of interest preferred

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. The compensation package will be commensurate with experience. Interested candidates should submit their curriculum vita, a synopsis of their past and ongoing research projects and accomplishments, personal contact information, and names of three professional references along with postal and email addresses and telephone numbers electronically to sharon.gillis@hamptonu.edu or mailed to:

Dr. Pamela V. Hammond, Provost and Chairman of Search Committee
Office of the Provost
Hampton University
Hampton, Virginia 23668
HU is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

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Do White Blood Cells Make Cancer Deadly?

Friday, January 16th, 2009
John Pawelek

John Pawelek

Previous PASPCR President, Prof. John Pawelek, proposes that tumors start to spread, or metastasize, after fusing with white blood cells. His interesting theory has been now explained in a recent article published in Scientific American (January 2009 issue). Quoting this article, it says: “The ability to spread underlies the killing power of cancer. The process occurs, John Pawelek thinks, when tumor cells fuse with white blood cells—an idea that, if right, could yield new therapies“.

Next annual meeting of PASPCR (15th) Memphis (TN, USA) September 4-7, 2009

Saturday, July 26th, 2008
Memphis (TN, USA)
Memphis (TN, USA)

The next scheduled annual meeting of the PanAmerican Society for Pigment Cell Research (PASPCR) will be held in Memphis (Tennessee, USA), on September 4-7, 2009. Additional specific information regarding this conference will be posted at the PASPCR WEB site and here, whenever available. This meeting will be organised by Andrzej Slominski.

Flyer of the 15th PASPCR Meeting
Flyer of the 15th PASPCR Meeting

Flyer of the 15th PASPCR Meeting (Memphis, TN, USA) September 4-7, 2009


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