Postdoctoral Research Associate, Molecular Pharmacology
- New York, NY
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Postdoctoral Research Associate, Molecular Pharmacology – Lab of Dr. Steven M. Larson, Department of Radiology and Sloan Kettering Institute
The Larson lab is seeking a highly motivated and successful individual with a background in radiochemistry, imaging science, chemical biology, or chemistry to undertake preclinical radiotheranostic development for the systemic treatment of solid tumors with alpha- or beta-emitting unsealed isotopes, guided by PET-based staging and dosimetry. We collaborate closely with the lab of Dr. Nai-kong Cheung to employ bispecific antibodies for anti-tumor/anti-radiohapten in vivo pretargeting. Please see https://www.mskcc.org/research/ski/labs/steven-larson for additional information. This full-time post is funded by the National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute.
The ideal candidate should have:
- A Ph.D or M.D., or be near completion of their degree, in a relevant subject area.
- Background in radiochemistry, organic chemistry, imaging science, autoradiography/immunohistochemistry, or chemical biology. No previous experience in molecular imaging required.
- The desire to be a part of a dynamic translational research team.
Please upload CV, a letter outlining your interest and names/contact information of three references with your application. Please direct any questions to Sarah M. Cheal, PhD, Senior Research Scientist, Larson Lab - Cheals@mskcc.org.
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