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


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.