Research Opportunities

Research opportunities are available for highly motivated residents, fellows, graduate students, and post-doctoral fellows with an interest in topics relating to the mechanisms of radiation-induced cell killing, neoplastic transformation, tumor supressor genes, apoptosis, genomic instability, molecular basis of heat-radiosensitization, and nuclear matrix. Other topics in radiation, basic cancer biology, or translational areas of mutual interests are also possible, including nuclear matrix structure and function and predictive assays.

For further information contact either Dr. Marc S. Mendonca by email at or Dr. Joseph Dynlacht by email at, or either by regular mail at 975 West Walnut St., IB-346, Indiana Univeristy School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN 46202.

Department of Radiation Oncology | 535 Barnhill Drive, RT 041 | Indianapolis, IN 46202-5289 | Phone: 317-944-2524 | FAX: 317-944-2486