50% - Antibody phage display - identify antibodies for targets associated with prostate cancer from human and camelid antibody phage display libraries. Perform affinity maturation and characterization of recombinant antibodies.
50% - Radioimmunotherapy and molecular imaging - perform imaging and therapy studies with radiolabeled antibodies.
Required: The candidate must have a PhD in molecular biology, biochemistry, pharmacology or chemistry.
Preferred: The candidate should have a publication record and research experience in antibody engineering, protein expression, radioimmunotherapy, molecular imaging, and/or mouse models is preferred. Less than two years of previous postdoctoral experience is preferred.
Internal Number: 332096
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