Assistant Professor - Hematology & Oncology - Cell Therapy
An Assistant Professor (Ph.D.) is being recruited to serve as a scientist in the program. In this position, the faculty will be conducting translational research with gene-modified T-cells to improve outcomes in children and young adults. The faculty will contribute to expand research strategies by collaborating between researchers and clinical scientists to develop effective treatments for various childhood cancers.
This position will be an integral part of the Pediatric- Hem/Onc Cell and Gene Therapy program and participate in collaborative projects, cutting edge research published in high-profile journals, and discoveries that are translated into the clinical arena.
Education: Ph.D. in Life Sciences
Experience: 5+ years in Pedi-Hem/Onc Cell & Gene translational lab
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