Research Fellow

New York City, New York (US)
August 08 2019
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Postdoctoral position available for development of anti-ceramide antibodies for use in immune disorders (Graft vs. Host Disease, Checkpoint Immunity ect.) and for treatment of a radiation public health emergency resulting from a Chernobyl-like accident or an incident involving a nuclear attack. Emphasis will be placed on the role of signal transduction via the second messenger ceramide in these disorders. Our anti-ceramide antibodies are currently in non-human primate trials, and clinical trial design is ongoing at MSK and with the assistance of the Radiation Countermeasures program at NIAID. Post-doctoral participation in these trials is anticipated. Interested candidates please send curriculum vitae to:

Richard Kolesnick

Professor of Molecular Pharmacology, Weill Cornell Medical College

Member, Sloan Kettering Institute

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