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Cancer Targeted Therapies and The Immune Microenvironment

Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Position Description:

Post-doctoral fellowship positions are available in the laboratory of Dr. Andrew Aplin.

Projects include:
  1. Drug tolerant persister cells in melanoma.
  2. Inflammatory cell death and alterations in the tumor immune microenvironment.
  3. Signaling and epigenetics of ocular/uveal melanoma

The laboratory is funded by P01 and R01 grants from the NIH/NCI, as well as by the Department of Defense and research foundations.  It is part of a NCI-designated Cancer Center with access to outstanding core facilities. 

We have a diverse and energetic research group that is highly collaborative. Recent trainees have published in high-tier journals, obtained independent funding and established their own independent groups.

To Apply:

Applicants should submit a resume to: Andrew.Aplin@Jefferson,edu


This post will be available until August 19, 2021 or until filled.

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