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POSTDOCTORAL ASSOCIATE , Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research-Chen Lab , to work on developing novel CAR-NK cell therapy for cancer and/or mRNA-based vaccine development in the laboratory of Prof. Jianzhu Chen. The lab is interested in innovative, interactive, and broadly trained individuals with strong backgrounds in immunology, molecular and cell biology, and computational biology. Responsibilities include developing a specific research project an designing and implementing research protocols; troubleshooting and customizing experimental tools to respond to research questions; designing safety procedures; adapting new procedures, methods, or instrumentation relative to research procedures; collecting, preparing, and analyzing research data; generating clear and timely records of experimental work; maintaining computer database of research data; tabulating and displaying data for presentation at research conferences and for manuscript preparation; using graphics and statistical software to analyze and present data; communicating ideas and results with lab members; supervising other personnel in the laboratory to coordinate research efforts as needed; participating in the training of graduate students and technicians as needed; searching pertinent scientific literature as needed; and assisting with ordering and procurement of supplies and equipment and with general maintenance of laboratory.
Job Requirements REQUIRED : Ph.D. in a relevant field and a background in immunology, molecular and cellular biology, and/or computational biology. Job #20367
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