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Computational Biologist -- Cancer Center
Computational Biologist in the Bar-Peled labThe Bar-Peled Lab of Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center at Harvard Medical School is accepting applications for a Computational Biologist . The laboratory uses cutting-edge chemical proteomics drug discovery platforms to develop small molecule inhibitors against the most challenging cancer drivers, those often considered 'undruggable'. Specific studies relate to discovering druggable vulnerabilities in genetically defined cancers. To learn more about our research visit: barpeledlab.org. Dr. Bar-Peled seeks exceptionally motivated candidates who enjoy large scale analysis and involving themselves in the dynamic and intellectual environment of the laboratory. We are looking for individuals who are enthusiast


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