Postdoctoral fellow

Postdoctoral fellow

Rutgers University - New Brunswick

New Brunswick, NJ, United States

Postdoctoral Fellowship:  Multiple Postdoctoral
positions are immediately available in the Department of Pathology and
Laboratory Medicine, New Jersey medical school/Robert Wood Johnson Medical
school, Rutgers University (Newark or New Brunswick, NJ, USA). The fellows will
join a highly interactive and collaborative research team to study immune microenvironment
and immunotherapy in the context of cancer, viral hepatitis and
atherosclerosis. These topics will be investigated using innovative tools
including a variety of lines of patient derived xenografts, humanized mouse
models, self-developed CAR-T Cell therapies, automative(robot) rodent cigarette
and aerosol exposure machine . We have an excellent environment and
track-record for trainees interested in reaching their next level of career. The
positions have the potential to develop into independent investigators at the
same institution.

Qualifications:  The
positions require that the applicants have one of the following degrees: a PhD
or an MD by the time of employment with preferred research expertise in one or
more of the following scientific areas: Immunology, cancer biology, vascular
biology, virology and cellular/molecular biology. Candidates must be eligible
to be supported by NIH grants. Candidates with direct expertise in working with
laboratory animals in a biomedical research setting are also preferred. Highly
motivated, creative, and devoted to project and career goals are expected.


Appointment:  The
initial appointment will be for one year with the possibility of renewal for 2
more years. Stipend follows NIH standard rates with travel funds available for
participation at scientific conferences.


 For interested
applicants, please contact Dr. Chen Liu at


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Postdoctoral fellow