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Position Title: Postdoctoral Fellow in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology
Duties and Responsibilities: A leading translational immune therapy research lab in the Division of Pediatrics at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center seeks a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow with a strong interest in immune therapy or organ failures.
Position Qualifications: This lab focuses on the discovery of novel immune therapy for solid tumors or organ failures. Qualified postdoc candidates should have a doctoral degree, with strong experience in generating mouse tumor (experience humanized mouse models will be a plus) or organ failure (lung or kidney failure) models. Prior experience/skills in immune cell isolation/expansion, i.v. injection, and flow cytometry are preferred but not essential. Expectations include abstracts/posters/talks at major national meetings and yearly publications.
Starting Salary: $50,004 for year 0 postdoc fellow and increased based on NIH pay scale
For those interested, please send a CV and 1-3 page research statement describing past achievements, skills and research interests to Kathy King at email@example.com.