Advanced Proteome Therapeutics Corporation: Protein Biochemist Position
Advanced Proteome Therapeutics Corporation (APC), a Boston-based drug development company, now also affiliated with JLABS/Toronto, is leveraging its innovative protein modification technologies to create advanced versions of antibody-drug conjugates (ADC). The Company’s technology is targeted for cancerous tumors and is designed to simplify, what is currently a cumbersome process of ADC development. By enabling virtually any cytoxic drug or toxin to be attached site-selectively to virtually any antibody through a Universal Antibody ConnectorTM, our Company hopes to transform and standardize the overall process. For more information about APC please contact akrantz @advancedproteome.com.
APC invites applications from energetic and ambitious individuals, motivated to achieve
high profile scientific recognition and rapid professional advancement, and capable of building a highly
productive group devoted to clinically viable cancer therapeutics . The Company is seeking a
scientist with a solid understanding of organic chemistry, highly skilled in protein biochemistry and
molecular biology, with demonstrated accomplishments in the area of protein modification. This
position offers an exceptional hands-on opportunity to advance a trail-blazing R&D program focused on
cancer. Experience in the preparation of protein conjugates and crosslinking technologies is essential, as
is the ability to work skillfully and independently in a laboratory setting.
Applicants must possess a Ph.D. degree, and preferably, at least 3 years of postdoctoral experience.
Strong communication skills, both written and oral, in English, are absolutely essential. Interested
applicants should send a cover letter and curriculum vitae to [email protected].
This position is available immediately with rank being commensurate with experience. The successful
applicant will be working at JLABS @ Toronto,MaRS Centre, West Tower, 661 University Avenue, Suite
1300, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 0B7.