The Haq Lab is looking for an enthusiastic and talented post-doctoral fellow to join our team at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute / Harvard Medical School. Our lab uses state-of-the-art molecular cellular and genetic approaches to study cancer therapy resistance, including immunotherapy (Gstalder et al, Cancer Discovery 2019) and targeted therapy (e.g., Montero et al, Nature Communications 2018). Some of our projects have involved the development of novel therapeutics to reverse resistance to existing therapies.
Candidates (PhD and/or MD are required) with experience and interest in immunology, molecular/cellular biology, mouse models or cancer are preferred. The candidate show have published at least one research article in an international peer-reviewed journal as the first author.
Our lab is part of the division of Molecular and Cellular Oncology, within the world-renowned Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, which offers a dynamic, multidisciplinary environment with close interaction with other basic and clinical scientists including the Broad Institute at Harvard and MIT. This is an ideal opportunity for an highly motivated and committed biologist to make an important contribution to understanding melanoma biology. Details of our lab are at: https://haqlab.dana-farber.org.
At Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, we work every day to create an innovative, caring, and inclusive environment where every patient, family, and staff member feels they belong. As relentless as we are in our mission to reduce the burden of cancer for all, we are equally committed to diversifying our faculty and staff. Cancer knows no boundaries and when it comes to hiring the most dedicated and diverse professionals, neither do we. If working in this kind of organization inspires you, we encourage you to apply.
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