Center for Stem Cell and Translational Immunotherapy (CSTI)

Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School


The Center for Stem Cell and Translational Immunotherapy ( at BWH, Harvard Medical School invites applications for research fellows. Our research center is focused on developing novel biological therapies for primary and metastatic tumors. Inherently linked to the tumor therapy paradigm, we engineer biological therapies and employ genetically engineered imaging markers to image stem cell fate and monitor the therapeutic efficacy in real time in vivo.

Qualifications: The successful candidate should have a PhD degree or equivalents, with experience in one or more of the following broad areas: molecular biology, stem cell biology, oncology, neurobiology, oncolytic viruses and tumor microenvironment. We offer excellent training opportunities in a collaborative research environment including genetic engineering, virology, stem cell biology, gene delivery to tumors and imaging disciplines. Candidates with high quality publications in prominent journals are strongly encouraged to apply.

CSTI holds a team-oriented and fast-paced environment that always seeks for collaboration and innovative ideas. We are a team of talented lab members continuously working on multiple projects related to several types of brain tumors. Our emphasis on translational research enables us to train the next generation of bioengineers and expand the boundaries of this exciting field. We are looking for members with interpersonal skills who could make differences in biological therapies for cancer.

Interested candidates should email Prof. Shah, and include their updated CV with a list of publications.

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