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We are seeking a highly motivated PhD candidate who will participate in an interdisciplinary research team to uncover the clonal relationship and mutational landscape of B cell lymphoma recurrences by employing state-of-the-art next-generation sequencing approaches.
Patients with aggressive types of B cell lymphoma require immediate treatment aiming at complete remission and cure. However, a substantial fraction of these lymphomas is either primary refractory to the treatment or relapses, most likely related to therapy resistance. Other patients may develop recurrences after a longer interval period. In both cases, clonal relationship between the primary tumor and their recurrences are normally not determined to assess whether a second primary lymphoma may occur.
Recent studies have started to unravel the identity of genes associated with relapse through whole-exome sequencing, but larger numbers of paired diagnosis-relapsed samples need to be analyzed to really define the molecular pathways that are recurrently affected and thereby implicated in therapy resistance. On the other hand, patients with second primary lymphoma may display genetic predisposition to hematological malignancies. We are seeking a highly motivated PhD candidate who will participate in an interdisciplinary research team to uncover the clonal relationship and mutational landscape of B cell lymphoma recurrences by employing state-of-the-art next-generation sequencing approaches.
The candidate will participate in the PhD program of the Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences (RIMLS).
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We request applicants to send a motivation letter explaining their interest and qualifications regarding the position, their prior research/work experience, a CV, and contact information of two professional references.
Additional information about the vacancy can be obtained from Prof. Han van Krieken, rector Magnificus or Dr. Blanca Scheijen, assistant professor at the Department of Pathology. Use the Apply button to submit your application.
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The research project will be conducted at the Department of Pathology in close collaboration with scientists and clinicians at the Departments of Hematology, Tumor Immunology and Human Genetics of the Radboudumc. The Department of Pathology is recognized internationally for its innovative approaches to improve diagnostics and research in different areas of oncology through the joint effort of a multidisciplinary team of basic and clinical scientists.
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