The Department of Medicine and the Columbia Center for Translational Immunology are seeking applicants for Staff Associate and a Senior Staff Associate positions. Successful candidates will conduct research investigating the mechanism of tolerance in human recipients of combined kidney/bone marrow transplants utilizing fluorescence-activated flow cytometry, in vitro suppression and proliferation assays. The successful applicant will be responsible for organizing the labs’ shared reagent titrations, database and aliquot distribution, as well as providing one-on-one training to students, other technicians and postdoctoral researchers. Successful candidates are expected to execute and supervise projects; they will also closely collaborate with other research groups within CCTI. Candidates should be able to comprehend and implement experimental procedures and take corrective action when problems occur, in consultation with the director and postdocs. This position offers unique opportunities for professional and scientific growth in the emerging field of translational immunology and will be filled based on qualifications.
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