POSTDOCTORAL ASSOCIATE, Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research-Meyer Lab, to develop and implement new strategies evaluating immune-tumor cell communication and targeted therapy resistance. Will help design and implement quantitative biochemical and phenotypic assays, analyze data, and interpret biological significance. Responsibilities will include communicating results to the scientific community through publications and presentations and supervising undergraduate students and laboratory technicians.
The Meyer Lab is an interdisciplinary academic research lab that utilizes combined computational and experimental approaches to better understand cancer cell resistance and immune avoidance. Additional information about the lab is available at http://asmlab.org.
REQUIRED: a Ph.D. in biological sciences, computer science, engineering, physics, math, or related field; and experience with computational methods and tools for analysis and statistics. Must have biological experience in one of the following: molecular biology, immunology, or cancer biology. Strong analytical and problem solving skills are highly valued. Seek a highly motivated and independent individual with excellent documentation skills; strong interpersonal skills; and the ability to contribute in a multidisciplinary team setting, prioritize and perform multiple tasks in a dynamic environment, and execute detailed technical protocols meticulously. Job #12550
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