Two post-doctoral fellowships are available in the laboratory of Dr. Mark Cobbold in the Center for Cancer Immunology (www.massgeneral.org/cancer/services/Centers/cancer_immunology.aspx) at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School.
The lab is recruiting a post-doctoral immunologist / protein engineer. The individuals will work with a highly-collaborative and entrepreneurial team of clinicians and scientists. The project will focus on the development of logic-gated bispecific antibodies for thyroid cancers and other solid malignancies.
The lab is recruiting a post-doctoral immunologist with an interest in tumor antigens and antigen processing. The individuals will work with a highly-collaborative and entrepreneurial team of clinicians and scientists. The project will focus on the discovery of phosphorylated peptide cancer antigens.
For both positions, candidates should have a PhD or MD/PhD in immunology or a related field and at least one first author peer-reviewed publication. We are looking for creative and highly motivated individuals to work in a dynamic team on next-generation approaches in immuno-oncology. A background in protein engineering and/or T-cell immunology is desirable for Position 1; and immunology, antigen processing and/or mass spectrometry for Position 2.
Interested individuals should submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae, including contact information for three references, to Dr. Mark Cobbold (email@example.com).
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