POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW: DEVELOPMENT OF BEST-IN-CLASS CAR-T CONSTRUCTS EXPLORING SIGNALNG DOMAI
POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW: DEVELOPMENT OF BEST-IN-CLASS CAR-T CONSTRUCTS EXPLORING SIGNALNG DOMAINS AND T CELL ACTIVATION(Job Number: 1930190104)
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Thriving on a diverse company culture, celebrating the uniqueness of our employees and committed to inclusion. Janssen BioTherapeutics is searching for an energetic, highly-motivated Postdoctoral Fellow to drive the development of next-generation, solid tumor-based CAR-T therapies. Progress has been achieved targeting hematological malignancies with gene-edited T cells in the clinic; however, the efficacy of these targeted cell therapies in solid tumors remains marginal, leaving many unanswered questions. This postdoctoral fellow position will provide a rare opportunity to execute cutting-edge, bench-to-bedside research with the intent of delivering novel CAR-T therapeutics for solid tumor patients. The Research Fellow will partner throughout the Janssen R&D organization and participate in cross-functional team discussions, where the successful candidate will explore strategies to optimize the signaling domains of CAR constructs that lead to efficient signaling for T cell activation. Responsibilities will include determining the right signaling domains to incorporate in the CAR-T construct, exploring the interplay between endogenous TCRs and CAR constructs to improve the selective targeting of tumor tissue, and investigating the ability of bispecific CARs to deliver split-signals for T cell activation. Upon completion of the postdoctoral program, the Fellow will have acquired valuable career experience that enables entry into translational academic settings, biotech-related opportunities, and/or continued development in large pharma.
- Strong background in T cell signaling, TCR and CAR-T's mechanism of action
- Hands on experience in tumor cell biology, T cell activation studies and basic T cell assay development
- Research background in oncology and immunology
- Must be able to work in US permanently
Candidates must display an ability to independently design and execute research. In addition to a broad knowledge of immunology and oncology, we are seeking an individual with deep intellectual curiosity, and excellent communication and interpersonal skills
North America-United States-Pennsylvania-Spring House
Janssen Research & Development, LLC. (6084)
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