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The Program in Immunology in the Clinical Research Division is looking for a highly motivated individual to support the development of immunotherapy for cancer. This individual will have the opportunity to work with a variety of cutting-edge cellular and molecular research techniques. This person will be responsible for maintaining meticulous records and organizing and reporting on experimental results.
Duties will include:
Please note that part of the job responsibilities include collecting and/or processing samples from patients enrolled on clinical trials, which may require working outside of typical work hours and infrequently on weekends.