Research Technician II - Medical Oncology in St. Louis, MO for Washington University in St. Louis
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Research Technician II - Medical Oncology
Scheduled Hours40Position SummaryThe Singh Lab in the Division of Oncology, Section of Cellular Therapies is seeking a motivated scientist to join our group researching ways to improve immune cell therapies for cancer. In the last ten years, engineering of human immune cells has led to remarkable breakthroughs in the treatment of cancer. The most successful example is the use of chimeric antigen receptor (CAR)-engineered T cells to treat leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma. Our translational immune-engineering lab is focused on developing advanced cellular therapies that improve the anti-cancer activity of engineered T cells. This work integrates classical immunology, genomics, protein bioc


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