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Sendurai Mani: My lab is seeking a postdoctoral candidate to join our team and to study pancreatic cancer
Apr 30, 2024, 11:41

Sendurai Mani: My lab is seeking a postdoctoral candidate to join our team and to study pancreatic cancer

Sendurai Mani shared on LinkedIn:

“My lab is seeking a postdoctoral candidate  to join our team and to study pancreatic cancer. We encourage applications from recent PhD graduates with experience in this field. Interested candidates should email their CV.”

Source: Sendurai Mani/LinkedIn

Dr. Sendurai A. Mani is a distinguished Indian-American oncologist and molecular biologist. Currently holding the Dean’s Chair for Translational Oncology at Brown University Warren Alpert Medical School, Dr. Mani also serves as the Associate Director for Translational Oncology at the Legorreta Cancer Center at Alpert Medical School. Prior to his current roles, he held positions as Co-Director of the Metastasis Research Center and the Center for Stem Cell & Developmental Biology, as well as Professor of Translational Molecular Pathology at UT MD Anderson Cancer Center.

Dr. Mani’s research focuses on finding the mechanisms driving cancer metastasis and therapy resistance, particularly in breast cancer. He is renowned for his discovery of cancer stem cells and their pivotal role in tumor progression and treatment resistance. Dr. Mani is committed to mentoring the next generation of cancer researchers, and guiding graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and junior faculty members in their scientific pursuits.

He has been honored with numerous awards, including the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Scholar Award and the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Scholar-in-Training Award. Through his dedication, Dr. Sendurai Mani continues to lead the way in advancing our understanding of cancer biology and improving treatment strategies.