Postdoctoral Associate - Computational Immunology & Cancer Genomics
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Tracking Code 6147
Dr. Karolina Palucka, Principal Investigator
About The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine: Comprising 183,000 square feet of highly advanced, state-of-the-art laboratories and supporting facilities, JAX-GM is conveniently located midway between NYC and Boston in the heart of Connecticut's growing bioscience industry. Our mission at JAX-GM is to discover the complex causes of disease, develop diagnostics and therapeutics, and ultimately empower the global medical community.
JAX-GM is part of an exciting, internationally-recognized research and educational institution with unparalleled genomic resources and research support services. Seeking to advance personalized medicine, we draw on the institution's distinguished history and on the innovative expertise of our growing faculty, who are recruited from among the world's top scientific labs and institutions.
About the position: The Palucka Lab at JAX-GM is currently seeking motivated scientists interested in leveraging modern genomic advancements to study anti-tumor immune responses, and reprogramming the tumor microenvironment in human cancers in vitro and in vivo in humanized mice models. The overarching theme of the Palucka lab is to investigate the mechanisms of human immunity and to identify strategies for harnessing the power of the immune system to prevent and treat cancer. For more, visit the Palucka Lab online.
Find out about the distinct advantages enjoyed by our Postdoctoral Associates here.
- PhD and/or MD
- Computational/bioinformatics experience
- Background in immunology (preferably human immunology)
- A track record of research publications
- Substantial research experience with mice is desirable, but not required
- The ambition to thrive within a highly collaborative, interdisciplinary research environment
In addition, JAX Postdoctoral Associates benefit from:
- Research training and mentorship from award-winning faculty
- Individualized career advising and a dedicated Postdoc Program Office
- Superior scientific services and unparalleled mouse resources
- A uniquely collaborative academic research environment
- Guidance from JAX's Postdoctoral Training Committee to help you succeed
- Professional skills workshops including JAX's holistic The Whole Scientist course
- Free access to JAX's world-renowned Courses & Conferences programs
- Outstanding benefits and salary compensation above the NIH scale
- Generous relocation assistance and free on-campus parking
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Please include a cover letter along with your resume/CV. Applications without cover letters will not be considered.
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