Albert Einstein Cancer Center

Novel pharmacological strategy to develop small molecule cell death inhibitors




This is an interdisciplinary approach to a novel pharmacological strategy to develop small molecule cell death inhibitors to protect the heart against damage from chemotherapeutic agents. The postdoctoral fellow will operate at the interface of chemistry, biology and translational science supported by the two laboratories that employ chemical, structural, biochemical, cellular, mouse genetic and xenograft models.  We are seeking highly motivated PhD, MD/PhD, or in exceptional circumstances MD candidates, who have experience and interest in employing cutting edge chemical, structural and molecular biology to model disease and understand molecular mechanism. The successful candidate will have  passion for scientific discovery and strong work ethic, ability to work independently and lead projects, collaborative and team spirit, excellent communication and writing skills. 




Please e-mail your CV and cover letter focusing on your interests and goals, along with contact information (and/or letters) from three referees to:  Dr. Richard Kitsis or Dr. Evripidis Gavathiotis 


Rick Kitsis / Evripidis Gavathiotis

Albert Einstein Cancer Center

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

1300 Morris Park Avenue
Bronx, NY 10461 




Dr. Richard Kitsis / Dr. Evripidis Gavathiotis Research Profile / Research Profile 




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