The Postdoc will be responsible for the design, production and functional testing of intracellularly expressed antibodies, formulated as mRNA transfection vehicles and targeted at oncogenic signaling pathways involved in immune suppression or at spliceosome constituents. Ultimate aim is to enhance the immunogenicity of cancer and so support immunotherapy approaches.
The project is part of a research consortium, funded by the European Union Research and Innovation Actions: HORIZON-HLTH-2021-TOOL-06-02. The CANCERNA consortium brings together molecular biologists and immunologists from six countries in a concerted effort to exploit mRNA-based approaches and mRNA processing modulation in cancer immunotherapy.
Your main tasks and responsibilities are:
We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic postdoc:
For an overview of all our other terms of employment, see https://werkenbij.amsterdamumc.org/
As Potsdoc researcher you will be working at the Amsterdam UMC (location VUmc) in the Immunotherapy Lab of the Cancer Center Amsterdam (CCA) under supervision of Prof Tanja de Gruijl and Prof Hans van der Vliet.
Research within the CCA Immunotherapy Lab is performed in a stimulating environment and at an international highly competitive level. You will be part of a highly motivated team of (pre-) clinical researchers. The focus of research is on the tumor microenvironment and cancer immunotherapy.
You can contact Prof. Dr. Tanja de Gruijl or Prof. Dr. Hans van der Vliet via e-mail email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or by telephone +31 20 4445152.
If you need more information about the application procedure, contact Tanja Hart, corporate recruiter at 020-4445635.
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