The Youngblood laboratory is recruiting a postdoctoral researcher to study T cell responses to chronic infections and cancer. The project will include assessment of T cell differentiation in individuals with hematological malignancies, with opportunities to utilize animal models to investigate molecular mechanisms involved in memory T cell differentiation. The candidate should have a PhD in the area of Immunology, Microbiology, or a related field.
A second postdoctoral fellowship is available to broadly study the role of epigenetic programming during development of functional and non-functional virus and tumor-specific CD8 T cells. Specific emphasis will be focused on epigenetic programming in antigen-specific CD8 T cells from murine and human model systems. Candidates must have a PhD and/or MD and a strong background in Immunology. Expertise in cellular analysis of anti-viral or anti-tumor immune responses is preferred but not required.
Interested candidates are encouraged to email their CV to firstname.lastname@example.org