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Ludwig Postdoctoral Research Associate
Position: Ludwig Postdoctoral Research Associate Company: Princeton University Description: Postdoctoral or more senior research positions are available in the Ludwig Princeton Branch to study metabolism and tumor-microenvironment interactions during cancer progression. Ludwig Princeton Branch is dedicated to accelerating the study of metabolic phenomena associated with cancer to develop new paradigms for cancer prevention and treatment. Its main research areas include: - Metabolic interactions between the tumor and the rest of the body, focusing on how the body supports tumor growth and metastasis, and how tumors induce cachexia and other microenvironmental changes. - Interplay between host metabolism, gut microbiome, and anti-cancer i


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