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The Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer is looking for an experienced contract medical writer to support the development of scientific and medical content for society publications.
Requires ability to work across a variety of project types including highly scientific review manuscripts, IOM-based consensus guidelines, media-focused pieces, meeting reports, etc. The ability to write quickly and succinctly but comprehensively, to tight deadlines, is important.
Responsible for the review, development and update of scientific and medical content for society publications. Includes all aspects of written product development including outline of manuscript/project scope, literature reviews and bibliography development, scribing for high-level meetings and teleconferences and providing organized notes to group leaders, interfacing with appropriate collaborative groups or individuals during the writing process, and adhering to applicable guidelines in order to ensure timely delivery of high quality end products. Will also write scientific content for grants and proposals, and provide feedback on grants/proposals written by other staff.
This role requires the ability to undertake projects that require a variety of writing styles, include highly scientific research and review manuscripts, media-focused pieces, meeting reports, etc. The ability to write quickly and succinctly but comprehensively, sometimes to tight deadlines, is important.
Hackensack Meridian Health Care and the Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center are collaborating to organize and build a new, world-class center of excellence in cellular therapy of cancer as part of an evolving cancer center consortium effort.
We seek a leader in this field who will design and implement a robust clinical and preclinical cellular therapy platform based upon cutting edge advances and applications of T cell and/or NK cell based therapies to eradicate hematologic malignancies and/or solid tumors. It is expected that the successful candidate will bring or attract a cadre of outstanding scientists and clinical investigators to achieve this vision. The clinical facilities of both Hackensack Meridian, which operates one of the world's largest hematopoietic stem cell transplant programs, and Georgetown, home to one of the nation's 47 NCI-designated comprehensive cancer centers, assure robust clinical/translational outlets for novel cellular therapy concepts. The successful candidate will possess the MD and/or PhD degree and will be a recognized authority in the field with commensurate published productivity and peer-reviewed funding, supplemented by philanthropic and commercial sources. Successful candidates will be eligible for a faculty appointment at Georgetown University School of Medicine, and for appointment as a member of the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center. This effort will be based in newly renovated laboratory space, with GMP production capabilities, on the campus of the former Hoffmann-La Roche biomedical campus in Nutley, New Jersey, the site of Hackensack Meridian's new medical school.
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About Bristol-Myers Squibb:
Bristol-Myers Squibb is a global biopharmaceutical company whose mission is to discover, develop and deliver innovative medicines that help patients prevail over serious diseases.
One shared journey is moving us forward at Bristol-Myers Squibb. Around the world, we are passionate about making an impact on the lives of patients with serious disease. Empowered to apply our individual talents and ideas so that we can learn and grow together. And driven to make a difference, from innovative research to hands-on community support. Bristol-Myers Squibb recognizes the importance of balance and flexibility in our work environment. We offer a wide variety of competitive benefits, services and programs that provide our employees the resources to pursue their goals, both at work and in their personal lives.
We are seeking a highly motivated bioinformatician with significant academic and/or industry experience to join our Integrated Science and Translational Bioinformatics Immuno-Oncology teams. The mandate of the Integrated Science group is to integrate, synthesize and analyze internal and external data that address defined translational questions of fundamental importance to the field of Immune-Oncology (IO) so to generate actionable scientific insights, hypotheses, and recommendations for stakeholders across the enterprise. The successful candidate will help execute this mandate through the strategic application of cutting edge bioinformatics approaches. The candidate will internally face and interact with scientists within Discovery, Biomarker Science, Translational Biology, Clinical Development, Medical Affairs and Commercial organizations and will externally face and interact with academic investigators globally as a major scientific collaborator.
Enterprise Mindset: The ability to make decisions, set priorities and share resources based on what will benefit the whole. Capable of building and maintaining networks within and outside of the organization.
Bristol-Myers Squibb is an equal opportunity employer - Vet/Disability
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One shared journey is moving us forward at Bristol-Myers Squibb. Around the world, we are passionate about making an impact on the lives of patients with serious disease. Empowered to apply our individual talents and ideas so that we can learn and grow together. Driven to make a difference, from innovative research to hands-on community support. Bristol-Myers Squibb recognizes the importance of balance and flexibility in our work environment. We offer a wide variety of competitive benefits, services and programs that provide our employees the resources to pursue their goals, both at work and in their personal lives.
The Integrated Science Lead will be responsible for leading a matrix team whose mandate is to:
- integrate, synthesize and analyze internal and external data related to defined translational questions of fundamental importance to the field of Immune-Oncology (IO) so to
- generate actionable and strategically relevant scientific Insights, hypotheses, and recommendations to stakeholders across the enterprise
The candidate will internally face and interact with scientists within Discovery, Biomarker Science, Translational Biology, Clinical Development, Medical Affairs and Commercial organizations and will be recognized as a scientific expert, both internally and externally, in a given IO Translational Focus Area.
This positions resides in the Integrated Science Group, which is in the Translational Medicine Division, and reports to the Head, Integrated Sciences.
The Mayo Clinic Department of Immunology is seeking applications from outstanding basic science or translational investigators.
The ideal candidate will be a laboratory-based investigator whose research program and interests innovatively impact the field of cancer immunotherapy. Specific areas of interest include innate immunity, immune checkpoint inhibitors and chimeric antigen receptor expressing T lymphocytes (CAR-T cells).
Candidates holding a doctoral degree (PhD, MD/PhD, or MD) at all levels of academic rank will be considered for this faculty position. Junior investigators should have a strong publication record and evidence of successful competition for external funding is preferred. Senior candidates must have a strong publication record and history of NIH- or equivalent extramural funding. The selected individual is expected to develop and/ or maintain a nationally and internationally recognized extramurally funded research program. Several collaborative and translational opportunities exist, such as participation in program and excellence grants (e.g. NCI SPORE grants), integrating all three Mayo sites (AZ, MN, and FL) and are strongly encouraged and supported. Mayo Clinic offers a highly competitive compensation package with sustained intramural salary support, outstanding laboratory facilities, capital equipment funding, technical and computational resources, and exceptional benefits. The Mayo Clinic
Department of Immunology is a three-site department with 41 independent investigators. The department sponsors outstanding NIH-funded PhD and MD/ PhD training programs, and provides an interactive, collaborative environment for the investigation of basic mechanisms of immunity and the translation of new insights to the treatment of human disease.
MAYO CLINIC is ranked number one overall nation-wide as well as in more specialties than any other hospital in the nation for 2016-2017 by the U.S. News and World Report. We are an integrated, multidisciplinary academic medical center with an NCI-sponsored Comprehensive Cancer Center, and programs in medical education and research that span across three group practice sites. We support a vibrant research enterprise, with programs in basic, translational, clinical, and population sciences. In 2016, the institution received nearly $420 million in extramural research awards, supplemented with over $291 million of institutional support. Mayo Clinic has
a large number of world class faculty, laboratory and state-of-the-art shared resource facilities across all
3 sites, including those for microscopy and imaging, cell and molecular biology, animal models, biomedical engineering and mathematics, a Mouse Modeling Facility, Molecular and Microscopic Core Facilities, and unique Human Disease Tissue Banks.
CLICK HERE to apply online and learn more about Mayo Clinic and the vast array of opportunities that await you.
Applications should include a cover letter, CV, and a statement of research interests.
©2017 Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. Post offer/pre-employment drug screening is required. Mayo Clinic is an equal opportunity educator and employer (including veterans and persons with disabilities).
The Salk Institute for Biological Studies is seeking an experienced Immunologist/oncologist to join a Translational Group with the responsibility of developing a new pipeline of virus-based therapeutics delivering immune modulatory payloads for the treatment of cancer.This is a “hands-on” scientist role focused on translational research that is well suited for postdoctoral scientists potentially interested in a transition to a biotech/industry setting. The successful candidate is expected to have a PhD with a strong scientific background in immunology and oncology. Experience with syngeneic and human xenograft mouse models of cancer and experience with in vitro and ex vivo assessment of anti-tumor immune responses is required.
The full link to the job posting can be found on the Salk website:
http://www.salk.edu/about/careers/ (Postdoctoral positions - Job #F496)
Position directs and coordinates the day-to-day operations of a new Immune Monitoring laboratory and supervises technicians and trainees.
This includes development and review of experimental research protocols, assisting in experimental design and conduct of experiments. This individual will attend all laboratory meetings, discussions, journal club, and administrative meetings of the Cellular Immunotherapy program, and participate in cancer immunotherapy clinical and research efforts. The individual should be able to assist with grant writing and applications, manuscript preparation, and present at local and national scientific meetings.
Oversee the management and research activities of immune monitoring studies associated with the Cellular Immunotherapy Program as well as with other clinical immunotherapy protocols outside of Cellular Therapy. This includes active interactions with the clinical research coordinator and research members of the Cellular Immunotherapy Program.
Serve as Investigator on Cellular Immunotherapy Program and other MGH Cancer Center grant applications. The Director is also expected to collaborate with other intramural investigators as well as external academic and industry collaborators at other sites.
Establish a quality program and develop and implement validated immune monitoring assays. The Immune Monitoring Laboratory is expected to operate with SOPs to ensure the uniformity, consistency, reliability, reproducibility, quality, and integrity of laboratory procedures on human specimens. Develop the Immune Monitoring as a Core Facility at MGH.
Assist in the preparation of the laboratory budget and maintain adherence to budgetary restrictions. Review monthly budget with the program director and management staff.
Maintain familiarity with all projects to ensure the timely completion of important experiments. Specifically (1) offering expert advice regarding the intellectual and technical resources available to design and conduct experiments and immune monitoring assays, and preparing the appropriate samples for analysis. (2) defining the purpose of the assay, assay parameters, sample requirements (collection, labeling, storage, handling, and shipping) and processing, reagents and controls, data analysis, data management expectations and estimated costs. (3) participating in review and formulation of study proposals as part of a multidisciplinary group including scientists, clinicians, pathologist and biostatistician to design the appropriate methodology to successfully measure the endpoints of the study.
Supervise one or more technicians and/or advanced trainees as well as be responsible for tracking time on specific projects.
Ph.D. or M.D. degree is required. Must be outstanding immunologist with laboratory skills, possess excellent interpersonal and organizational skills, have the ability to assume an administrative role, and have experience managing laboratory staff and resources.
Post-doctoral fellowship in immunology or molecular biology required, with an additional 5+ years experience.
Experience in molecular and cellular immunology. Additional training in human clinical immune monitoring preferred, particularly multi-parameter flow cytometry, quantitative PCR, and multiplex immune-assays.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and attention to detail.
Proficiency in budget preparation and implementation.
Ability to successfully interact with other intramural and extramural investigators, research nurses and physicians and other hospital and university staff.
Massachusetts General Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer. By embracing diverse skills, perspectives and ideas, we choose to lead. Applications from protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged.
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Credentials and Qualifications:
To apply, visit our website MOFFITT.org/Careers and refer to requisition number #22331
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Moffitt Cancer Center is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, or protected veteran or disabled status. We seek candidates whose skills, and personal and professional experience, have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence.
An opportunity exists immediately for a highly motivated and skilled post-doctoral scientist to be appointed as a Research Fellow in Translational Melanoma Immunology. The candidate will join the Cancer immunotherapy laboratory whilst working closely with the Melanoma and Skin Service and the Division of Cancer Surgery.
The fellow will investigate fundamental questions of melanoma immunology of clinical relevance to patients. There will be a strong focus on immune-mediated tumour dormancy as well as novel predictive biomarkers. The Immunotherapy laboratory also has a strong interest in adoptively transferred gene-modified T cells.
Suitable candidates will possess a PhD with experience in immunological and molecular techniques. Skills in tissue culture, flow cytometry, immunohistochemistry and mouse experimentation are desirable.
This fellowship presents an exceptional opportunity to be embedded within a very productive and internationally significant immunology research group as well as a high-volume world-renown academic clinical unit collocated in the newly opened Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.
The successful applicant will work closely with A/Prof Michael Kershaw, A/Prof Phil Darcy, A/Prof Paul Neeson and Dr David Gyorki.
Remuneration for this prestigious fellowship will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
For further details please contact Dr. David Gyorki (firstname.lastname@example.org)
In this substantive, tenured position as Professor (or Associate Professor) of Cancer Immunotherapy, you will be responsible for leading and developing a cancer immunotherapy research programme, potentially in collaboration with colleagues in the Auckland Cancer Society Research Centre, the School of Biological Sciences, and Auckland City/Starship Hospitals. This is a new position, and it is anticipated that the Cancer Immunotherapy programme could include basic immunology through to clinical studies, potentially including cell based therapy strategies. The Chair may have a small fractional clinical appointment, further enhancing the clinical research profile of the department, school and faculty, however this is not essential.
Any queries or further information about the role, please contact:
Clare Litten, direct line: +64 9 923 9096, email: email@example.com OR Dr. Kathrin Soehnel, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close Sunday, 9 April 2017.
For further information and to apply online please visit www.auckland.ac.nz/opportunities
Position Reference: 18488
The Laboratory of Clinical Cell Production at the Earle A. Chiles Research Institute (EACRI) at Providence Cancer Center is recruiting a Research Associate Lead to coordinate and support the development of a new clinical cell production lab that will focus on T-cell transfer immunotherapy for the treatment of patients with metastatic cancers. The main role of the clinical T-cell therapy lab is to generate novel, safe and effective T-cell products specifically targeting tumor antigens that will be used to treat patients with cancer.
This position involves coordination of the lab activities as well as extensive lab protocol and process development, including optimization of cell culture methods for patient treatment. Additional responsibilities include hands-on translational research, data analysis, and training and education.
To find more information and to apply go to: http://bit.ly/2lpdhWa.
The Laboratory of Antitumor T-cell Response at the Earle A. Chiles Research Institute (EACRI) at Providence Cancer Center is recruiting a Lead Research Associate to manage the lab and to perform research related to deciphering and enhancing the T-cell response against epithelial cancers. The goal of this lab is to better understand the immunobiology of T cells infiltrating epithelial tumors and to develop effective T-cell based immunotherapies for patients with metastatic epithelial cancers.
The primary responsibilities of this position include efficient management of the lab, designing and performing experiments, data acquisition and analysis, and training and education. Successful candidates will have a strong work ethic and strive for technical excellence. Experience in immunological research techniques such as enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) and multicolor flow cytometry, as well as T-cell culture, and a strong working knowledge of molecular biology are major assets.
To find more information and to apply go to: http://bit.ly/2k8smuL.
A highly motivated and hardworking individual is sought to join the Laboratory of Antitumor T-cell Response as a Postdoctoral fellow at the Earle A. Chiles Research Institute (EACRI) at Providence Cancer Center.
The major goal of this lab is to develop new and more effective T-cell transfer immunotherapies to treat patients with metastatic epithelial cancers. Current projects include: 1) studying the immunobiology of the antitumor T-cell response in the microenvironment of human epithelial tumors with a focus on tumor antigen specificity and biological pathways perturbed in antitumor tumor-infiltrating T cells; 2) investigating strategies to broaden the antitumor T-cell response against human epithelial cancers; and 3) developing and evaluating novel gene engineering strategies to enhance the function of T cells for adoptive immunotherapy.
To find more information and to apply go to: http://bit.ly/2ifolCj.
The Integrated Therapies Laboratory in the Earle A. Chiles Research Institute at Providence Cancer Center is looking for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow who will be responsible for conducting in vivo and in vitro experiments in preclinical models of cancer immunotherapy. The Integrated Therapies Laboratory is a collaborative effort investigating the contribution of immunology to conventional cancer therapies.
The laboratory studies transplantable and spontaneous transgenic preclinical models of cancer treated with radiation therapy, chemotherapy and immune therapies. In addition, we conduct and analyze clinical trials of immunotherapy. The position will investigate the adaptive and innate immune biology of tumors treated using an advanced small animal radiation research platform. Skills in immune histology, chemokine and cytokine biology, cell purification, flow cytometry and T cell or macrophage biology would be especially relevant.
To find more information and to apply go to: http://bit.ly/2lvsVfb.
BTG is looking for a senior researcher in immunology/oncology with strong scientific acumen to join our Research & Development department.
Their primary role will be to critically and objectively interpret and evaluate cutting edge scientific research to drive informed strategic decision-making within our immuno-oncology business team.
The successful candidate will gain experience working within a global multidisciplinary team, build commercial expertise and work with us to translate their ideas into therapeutic advancement for patients with cancer.
Term: Available immediately, initial 2-year contract
Education and experience:
Skills and attributes:
The Earle A. Chiles Research Institute at Providence Cancer Center is looking for a highly motivated individual to join the Laboratory of Cancer Immunotherapy as a non-faculty Scientist.
Primary responsibilities include designing and conducting experiments associated with pre-clinical models and current clinical studies, analyzing and presenting results, and supervising technical staff.
A PhD in Immunology or related field is preferred, with a record of productive research including peer-reviewed publications, the ability to work independently as well as in collaboratively, and outstanding organizational skills. Experience in working with T cells, immunological assay techniques, multicolor flow cytometry, and cell culture is preferred as well as experience in molecular biology, immunohistochemistry, and bioinformatics.
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City of Hope National Medical Center has an immediate need for a Project Development Scientist in the Clinical and Translational Project Development Core of the Hematologic Malignancies and Stem Cell Transplantation Institute. This Core supports project management, scientific writing and clinical trial design for the Heme Institute.
The successful candidate will be affiliated with the Immunotherapy Center led by Drs. Stephen Forman and Christine Brown, and will shepherd projects from conception to grant submission, to clinical protocol, to manuscript.
Requires a PhD, preferably in immunology; or, master’s degree with five years of scientific writing, clinical study design, or clinical trial regulatory experience in an academic research environment.
City of Hope is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with disability.
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