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Training Program in Immunobiology of Normal and Neoplastic Lymphocytes


Training Sites:

This NIH sponsored program offers training in a wide variety of cancer related areas of immunology including a) immune recognition, regulation, and tolerance; b) lymphocyte development; c) cell signalling and adhesion; and d) cancer immunotherapy. Training is centered around a research program conducted in the laboratory of one of the trainers. Cancer related training is supplemented by a number of seminar series, conferences, and retreats organized by the University of Pennsylvania Cancer Center and the immunology research community. Fellows also receive training in ethical and responsible conduct in research.

N.B. Only American citizens and resident aliens are eligible for training through this program.



Post-doctoral Fellowships:

Interested candidates should send curriculum vitae and three letters of reference to:

Caitlin O'Neill
Administrative Assistant
657 BRB II/III Curie Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6160
Phone: (215) 746-8675
Fax: (215) 573-6725

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