Dr. Carl Schildkraut schildkr at aecom.yu.edu
Thu Mar 14 15:09:12 EST 1996

				Molecular/Cellular Biology

	Postdoctoral research positions are available in the Immuno-Oncology
program of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York.
Post-doctoral fellows will study the molecular basis of immunoglobulin
gene instability and repair or the molecular biology of T cell receptor
recognition of peptide MHC complexes. Individuals should have
experience with molecular and cell culture techniques. Familiarity with
molecular immunology is desirable. Mentors: Matthew D. Scharff, Nancy
S. Green or Stanley G. Nathenson. We are part of the NIH funded
Einstein Cancer Center. Einstein is located in a sunny, safe campus at
the New York City limits, and within easy reach of downtown Manhattan
and pleasant suburbs. Campus housing is avaiable. Send a description of
research accomplishments, curriculum vitae and the names, addresses and
telephone numbers of three references to: Dr. Matthew D. Scharff,
Molecular and Cell Biology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1300
Morris Park Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10461. Email: ngreen at aecom.yu.edu. Equal
opportunity employer.

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