The Postdoctoral Scholar will work on project focusing on single-molecule and superresolution imaging of oncogenic signaling processes, with a focus on the nanoscopic spatial regulation of Ras GTPases and HER family receptors. The Nan laboratory is equipped with a suite of advanced imaging tools including multispectral superresolution microscopy (MSSRM) and interferometric photoactivated localization microscopy (iPALM). These tools will allow a much more systematic and accurate view of the molecular details that govern the biology of Ras and HER in model cell lines and tissues.
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