Postdoctoral Fellow - Leukemia Research
Job posting number: #7100632 (Ref:10016464)
Posted: May 24, 2022
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
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Founded in 1913, City of Hope is a leader in bone marrow transplantation and immunotherapy such as CAR T cell therapy. City of Hope’s translational research and personalized treatment protocols advance care throughout the world. Human synthetic insulin, monoclonal antibodies and numerous breakthrough cancer drugs are based on technology developed at the institution. AccessHope™, a subsidiary launched in 2019 serves employers and their health care partners by providing access to City of Hope’s specialized cancer expertise.
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The Beckman Research Institute of City of Hope is looking for a talented Postdoctoral Fellow in the Gehr Leukemia Center, in the Department of Hematological Malignancies Translational Science. This is an opportunity for a junior Ph.D. fellow with outstanding credentials in translational research of leukemia or other blood disease.
Ongoing research in the laboratory explores the epigenetic or genetic changes during the leukemogenesis. The project is supported by a NIH grant. The lab utilizes in vivo models of leukemia, genomics, biochemistry, proteomics, high throughput screening, in vivo imaging, and mathematical modeling.
Suitable candidates should be highly motivated and technically accomplished.
The research site is in the thriving research and medical community of City of Hope in the greater Los Angeles area. The newly established Gehr Family Center for Leukemia Research emphasizes basic and translation research and is supported by outstanding core facilities including functional genomics, in vivo imaging, animal resources center, liquid tissue bank, pharmacoanalytical and GMP facilities for new drug development and exceptional sequencing and bioinformatics services.
Basic education, experience and skills required for consideration:
- Ph.D. and/or M.D. degree in Molecular Biology, Genetics, Biochemistry, or related field with a strong publication record
- Experience working with mice
- Experience in molecular cell biology, tissue culture, flow cytometry, and proteomics
As a condition of employment, City of Hope requires staff to comply with all state and federal vaccination mandates.
- Interested candidates should include a letter describing past accomplishments and future research interests, a CV, and contact information of three references with their application.
- For more information on the Gehr Family Center for Leukemia Research please visit here
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