Required Qualifications: PhD in cancer immunology or a closely related field. Experience in murine models of cancer, characterizing immune cell differentiation within tumor Job Responsibilities:
Candidate will pursue in vitro and in vivo studies on T cell migration and mechanisms of peptide alarm therapy for treatment of cancer. Candidate will be responsible for designing experimental protocols, carrying out experiments, interpreting results, co-authorship and submission of manuscripts and research grants, and training and supervision of undergraduate students or research technicians.
Required Qualifications: PhD in cancer immunology or a closely related field. Experience in murine models of cancer, characterizing immune cell differentiation within tumor microenvironments, and working with innate leukocyte populations.
Internal Number: 338014
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