The laboratory of Dr. Anas Younes, within the Lymphoma Service is seeking highly motivated individuals (Ph.D. or M.D.) with outstanding training in cell biology, cell signaling, cancer genetics, or related areas, to join as a postdoctoral researcher.
Located in New York, NY, the laboratory is well funded by an NCI SPORE grant and an LLS SCOR grant. The major focus of the laboratory is the development of novel targeted therapy and mechanism-based combination regimens for the treatment of lymphoma. The lab is actively investigating genetic and molecular biomarkers that may predict treatment response, and identifying negative feedback loops that may facilitate the design of combination strategies.
If interested, please apply upload your CV and a document including cover letter and names/contacts of three references.
Internal Number: 2018-27042
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