The Postdoctoral Scholar in the Eil lab will be a critical member of our burgeoning group studying tumor immunology and T cell signaling in the tumor microenvironment. Dr. Eil is a surgeon-scientist with a track record of discovery and innovation in this rapidly evolving and exciting field (Eil R, et al. Nature 2016, PMID 27626381; Eil R, et al Science 2019, PMID 30923193). Dr. Eil started his laboratory in August 2020 and has an actively funded research program.
The Postdoctoral Scholar will perform research consistent with the goals of a Principal Investigator or manage a service core. These functions require specialized or technological expertise, including complex principles and practices. This position would be an ideal opportunity to establish a long-term relationship guiding role in the direction of a lab in early phases. The Eil lab will grow significantly over the next several years.
Benefits of this position include opportunity acquisition of skills relevant to T cell immunotherapy, access to clinical samples, potential collaboration with external biotechnology (if desired), ownership of independent scientific projects, and input on laboratory direction that would not otherwise be possible in larger established groups.
Salary for this position aligns with the NIH Scale .
Graduate degree (MD, DO, PhD, DVM, PharmD or DDS)
Experience with microbiology, NGS analysis, murine models of human disease, cell culture
Experience with flow cytometry, FACS, single-cell RNA seq, CRISPR-Cas9 genetic engineering, viral mediated genetic engineering, western blots
PhD in biology, biochemistry, biomedical engineering, immunology, or equivalent research related field
Experience with bioinformatics and/or statistical analysis
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