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NEW 3-year Postdoctoral position in TRANSLATIONAL breast cancer immunotherapy


Metastatic breast cancer, immunotherapy resistance, gene signatures, CRISPR libraries, new targets to avoid resistance

Candidates should have:

• A PhD in life sciences, biomedical sciences, bioinformatics or bioengineering

• Experience in cancer or immunology

• Experience in preclinical models in vivo

Candidates may also have:

• Experience in CRISPR libraries in vivo

• Experience in functional metastasis assays

To apply: please send your CV and motivation letter with the main reason to join the lab to acelia@imim.es. We will consider people who have all or some of the requirements listed above to exploit in integrative multidisciplinary metastasis research.

Celià-Terrassa Lab

The Celià-Terrassa’s Lab started in January 2018 and focuses on understanding the complexity and dynamics of metastasis, in particular the molecular mechanisms regulating breast cancer stem cells (bCSCs) and their interplay with the metastatic niche. We are interested on studying the molecular mechanisms underlying Cancer Stem Cell (CSC) cellular plasticity leading tumor progression, chemorresistance and relapse, as a major challenge to efficiently target breast cancer metastasis.