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Research Associate, in vivo
The Robert and Renée Belfer Center for Applied Cancer Science is an integrative research center within Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Our mission is to bridge academia, industry and the clinic to enhance and accelerate drug discovery & development. We work with both industry and academic partners. We apply industrial capabilities to cutting edge academic/clinical science. We partner with industry in drug discovery/development & work with industrial partners to delineate the clinical path of their therapies.
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Position Summary: The candidate will be part of project teams focused on identifying novel targets and therapies for cancer drug development. He/ She will contribute hands-on to the execution of both in vivo and ex vivo PD Biomarker studies in mouse models of cancer.
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