Postdoctoral Training Opportunities

Cures don't just happen. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is committed to the education and training of the next generation of research scientists. St. Jude trainees are able to learn from clinical and basic science investigators who work in close proximity and interact regularly to translate scientific discoveries into improved therapies for children.


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Advance hope, medical science, statistical science, and your career as a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Biostatistics at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. As a fellow you will join our faculty in the Department of Biostatistics in providing statistical support and developing innovative statistical methods for research projects at the cutting edge of biomedical research.    The department is seeking an outstanding postdoctoral fellow to engage in the development of statistical methodology and software for complex biomedical data such as longitudinal, imaging, wearable device, and genetic/genome studies with broad application in pediatric cancer and mental health.     For eight consecutive years, St. Jude has ranked among the top places to work in the U.S. by Forbes Magazine. Salary and benefits are competitive. Apply online and send cover letter, CV, and three recommendation letters to Dr. Tomi Mori via e-mail at tomi.mori@stjude.org.    Appointment is for two years. 
ID
44718
Department
Biostatistics
Faculty Member
Motomi Mori
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Neuroscience / Neurobiology   The Bikoff lab (https://www.bikofflab.org/) is seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher interested in using quantitative approaches to behavior, in vivo calcium imaging, and optogenetics/chemogenetics to study neural circuitry in mice.   We aim to understand the functional organization of neural circuits that control movement, including how descending pathways from the brain interact with spinal circuits to implement motor output. The lab approaches this problem from multiple perspectives, using mouse genetics, single-cell transcriptomics, viral tracing and whole-brain imaging, and animal behavior to explore the role of molecularly discrete subsets of neurons in motor control. We welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds that would thrive in a highly collaborative, interactive, and supportive environment that provides the freedom to independently develop a research project.   The Bikoff lab is strongly committed to providing individual mentoring and training for all lab members, as well as additional support for career development.   Applications: Individuals with evidence of scientific accomplishment are encouraged to apply by sending their CV, a brief description of research interests, and contact information for three references to: jay.bikoff@stjude.org.
ID
44720
Department
Developmental Neurobiology
Faculty Member
Jay Bikoff
We are looking for Post-doctoral Research Associate candidates to study protein kinases. The candidate will join an inter-disciplinary Blue Sky initiative on “Seeing the Invisible in Protein Kinases”, which is supported by $35M in institutional funding by St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The project will extend the ultra-high field NMR spectroscopy and biochemistry approaches developed recently by the Kalodimos lab (Science 2020, 370, eabc2754) to study the human kinome. This is a large-scale project that aims to detect and structurally characterize the distinct conformational states populated by kinases, and to dissect the mechanisms of allosteric regulation and those underpinning oncogenic and drug-resistance mutations. The unparalleled NMR center at St. Jude includes three 600 MHz, two 700 MHz, four 800 MHz, 850 MHz, and the first 1.1 GHz. We expect this initiative to have a profound impact on the field, transforming our understanding of protein kinases.  St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital offers a remarkable opportunity to perform cutting edge research with outstanding institutional support and exceptional shared core facilities in an environment of open collaboration, educational advancement, and training opportunities. St. Jude is consistently ranked on Fortune Magazine’s and Glassdoor’s “100 Best Places to Work” for companies with 1,000 or more employees. We are located in the heart of Memphis, Tennessee, a vibrant and friendly city at the historic American crossroads of music, trade, food, and culture. Mild winters and beautiful green outdoor spaces are part of the reasons why Forbes recently named Memphis the 4th happiest city in which to work. Cost of living and high quality of life are other attractions; Money magazine listed Memphis as one of the least expensive cities in which to raise a child. St. Jude facilities and salaries are highly competitive.
ID
44684
Department
Structural Biology
Faculty Member
Charalampos Kalodimos
We are looking for Post-doctoral Research Associate candidates to study protein kinases. The candidate will join an inter-disciplinary Blue Sky initiative on “Seeing the Invisible in Protein Kinases”, which is supported by $35M in institutional funding by St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The project will extend the ultra-high field NMR spectroscopy and biochemistry approaches developed recently by the Kalodimos lab (Science 2020, 370, eabc2754) to study the human kinome. This is a large-scale project that aims to detect and structurally characterize the distinct conformational states populated by kinases, and to dissect the mechanisms of allosteric regulation and those underpinning oncogenic and drug-resistance mutations. The unparalleled NMR center at St. Jude includes three 600 MHz, two 700 MHz, four 800 MHz, 850 MHz, and the first 1.1 GHz. We expect this initiative to have a profound impact on the field, transforming our understanding of protein kinases.  St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital offers a remarkable opportunity to perform cutting edge research with outstanding institutional support and exceptional shared core facilities in an environment of open collaboration, educational advancement, and training opportunities. St. Jude is consistently ranked on Fortune Magazine’s and Glassdoor’s “100 Best Places to Work” for companies with 1,000 or more employees. We are located in the heart of Memphis, Tennessee, a vibrant and friendly city at the historic American crossroads of music, trade, food, and culture. Mild winters and beautiful green outdoor spaces are part of the reasons why Forbes recently named Memphis the 4th happiest city in which to work. Cost of living and high quality of life are other attractions; Money magazine listed Memphis as one of the least expensive cities in which to raise a child. St. Jude facilities and salaries are highly competitive.
ID
44685
Department
Structural Biology
Faculty Member
Charalampos Kalodimos
We are looking for Post-doctoral Research Associate candidates to study protein kinases. The candidate will join an inter-disciplinary Blue Sky initiative on “Seeing the Invisible in Protein Kinases”, which is supported by $35M in institutional funding by St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The project will extend the ultra-high field NMR spectroscopy and biochemistry approaches developed recently by the Kalodimos lab (Science 2020, 370, eabc2754) to study the human kinome. This is a large-scale project that aims to detect and structurally characterize the distinct conformational states populated by kinases, and to dissect the mechanisms of allosteric regulation and those underpinning oncogenic and drug-resistance mutations. The unparalleled NMR center at St. Jude includes three 600 MHz, two 700 MHz, four 800 MHz, 850 MHz, and the first 1.1 GHz. We expect this initiative to have a profound impact on the field, transforming our understanding of protein kinases.  St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital offers a remarkable opportunity to perform cutting edge research with outstanding institutional support and exceptional shared core facilities in an environment of open collaboration, educational advancement, and training opportunities. St. Jude is consistently ranked on Fortune Magazine’s and Glassdoor’s “100 Best Places to Work” for companies with 1,000 or more employees. We are located in the heart of Memphis, Tennessee, a vibrant and friendly city at the historic American crossroads of music, trade, food, and culture. Mild winters and beautiful green outdoor spaces are part of the reasons why Forbes recently named Memphis the 4th happiest city in which to work. Cost of living and high quality of life are other attractions; Money magazine listed Memphis as one of the least expensive cities in which to raise a child. St. Jude facilities and salaries are highly competitive.
ID
44686
Department
Structural Biology
Faculty Member
Charalampos Kalodimos
We are looking for Post-doctoral Research Associate candidates to study protein kinases. The candidate will join an inter-disciplinary Blue Sky initiative on “Seeing the Invisible in Protein Kinases”, which is supported by $35M in institutional funding by St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The project will extend the ultra-high field NMR spectroscopy and biochemistry approaches developed recently by the Kalodimos lab (Science 2020, 370, eabc2754) to study the human kinome. This is a large-scale project that aims to detect and structurally characterize the distinct conformational states populated by kinases, and to dissect the mechanisms of allosteric regulation and those underpinning oncogenic and drug-resistance mutations. The unparalleled NMR center at St. Jude includes three 600 MHz, two 700 MHz, four 800 MHz, 850 MHz, and the first 1.1 GHz. We expect this initiative to have a profound impact on the field, transforming our understanding of protein kinases.  St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital offers a remarkable opportunity to perform cutting edge research with outstanding institutional support and exceptional shared core facilities in an environment of open collaboration, educational advancement, and training opportunities. St. Jude is consistently ranked on Fortune Magazine’s and Glassdoor’s “100 Best Places to Work” for companies with 1,000 or more employees. We are located in the heart of Memphis, Tennessee, a vibrant and friendly city at the historic American crossroads of music, trade, food, and culture. Mild winters and beautiful green outdoor spaces are part of the reasons why Forbes recently named Memphis the 4th happiest city in which to work. Cost of living and high quality of life are other attractions; Money magazine listed Memphis as one of the least expensive cities in which to raise a child. St. Jude facilities and salaries are highly competitive.
ID
44687
Department
Structural Biology
Faculty Member
Charalampos Kalodimos
  Epigenetic Characterization and Therapeutic Discovery in Pediatric Brain Tumors   Seeking a highly motivated, organized, and responsible individual to lead a major component of our new cancer genetics and epigenetics lab, as a foundation for their career advancement in academia or industry. Candidates will leverage cancer genomics and epigenomics data that we have generated in a variety of pediatric and adult brain tumors to undertake experiments in functional discovery, validation, as well as the development of integrated large-scale datasets using new genetic technologies. The basis and funding support for this project is described in our publication Krug et al., Cancer Cell, 2019, Michaelraj et al,. Cell, 2020, and Arabzade et al., Cancer Discovery 2021. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a willingness to learn new concepts and technical skills, but most importantly harbor an enthusiasm for working in a team-based environment and interfacing with national and international collaborative efforts. An ideal candidate will have a strong foundation in molecular biology-based techniques, experience/willingness to work with animal handling and procedures, and have a willingness to learn/work with complex computational software. Our ultimate goal in the Mack Lab is to simultaneously advance science of pediatric brain tumors in addition to providing an immersive program that advances the careers of students and research fellows.   St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is a world-renowned institution that is recognized as one of the best places to work in the nation. As a premier center for research and treatment of childhood catastrophic diseases, we employ a diverse team of scientific and healthcare professionals dedicated to the promise of hope. Children from all 50 states and from around the world have come through the doors of St. Jude for treatment, and thousands more have benefited from our research.
ID
44633
Department
Developmental Neurobiology
Faculty Member
Charlette Hill
  Epigenetic Characterization and Therapeutic Discovery in Pediatric Brain Tumors   Seeking a highly motivated, organized, and responsible individual to lead a major component of our new cancer genetics and epigenetics lab, as a foundation for their career advancement in academia or industry. Candidates will leverage cancer genomics and epigenomics data that we have generated in a variety of pediatric and adult brain tumors to undertake experiments in functional discovery, validation, as well as the development of integrated large-scale datasets using new genetic technologies. The basis and funding support for this project is described in our publication Krug et al., Cancer Cell, 2019, Michaelraj et al,. Cell, 2020, and Arabzade et al., Cancer Discovery 2021. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a willingness to learn new concepts and technical skills, but most importantly harbor an enthusiasm for working in a team-based environment and interfacing with national and international collaborative efforts. An ideal candidate will have a strong foundation in molecular biology-based techniques, experience/willingness to work with animal handling and procedures, and have a willingness to learn/work with complex computational software. Our ultimate goal in the Mack Lab is to simultaneously advance science of pediatric brain tumors in addition to providing an immersive program that advances the careers of students and research fellows.   St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is a world-renowned institution that is recognized as one of the best places to work in the nation. As a premier center for research and treatment of childhood catastrophic diseases, we employ a diverse team of scientific and healthcare professionals dedicated to the promise of hope. Children from all 50 states and from around the world have come through the doors of St. Jude for treatment, and thousands more have benefited from our research.
ID
44634
Department
Developmental Neurobiology
Faculty Member
Charlette Hill
We are seeking a highly motivated Postdoc Research Associate to join the laboratory of Dr. Jun J. Yang in the Pharmaceutical Sciences Department at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Successful candidates will work on projects related to pharmacogenomics of nucleobase and nucleoside analog (NNA) drugs, supported by our new NIH R35 grant. This project is aimed to identify genetic variants associated with the metabolism and activity of a wide array of NNA drugs, both as anti-cancer and anti-viral agents. Expanding upon our discovery of NUDT15 polymorphism as a major pharmacogenetic driver of thiopurine toxicity (Nat Genet 2016 48:367, PNAS 2020 117:5394), these studies will combine computational biology analyses of large clinical datasets with mechanistic work, especially in large-scale function genomic screen.
ID
44530
Department
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Faculty Member
Jun Yang
STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY postdoc project Small Molecule Degraders for Targeting Transcription Factor Drivers in Childhood Cancers   We are recruiting a postdoc for a multidisciplinary, collaborative project that exploits targeted protein degradation (TPD) of pediatric cancer targets using Molecular Glues (MG). TPD is an exciting and rapidly evolving drug discovery paradigm that shows great promise for drugging currently undruggable targets. In this recently funded 5-year project we are developing novel MG approaches to target key transcription factor dependencies in high-risk childhood acute leukemia and medulloblastoma.   We are looking for highly motivated, brilliant minds with curiosity and skills to contribute structural biology insights that shed light on MG interactions with ternary complexes of neosubstrates such as oncogenic transcription factors. Such insights will aid target characterization, MG hit optimization, structure-guided molecular design, all the way to preclinical validation and subsequent clinical translation. These structural biology efforts are integrated into a highly collaborative environment comprised of chemists and pathologists, as well as computational biologists, systems biologists and experimental in vitro/ in vivo biologists that work closely together toward the common goal of improving childhood cancer outcomes.   The project is housed in the Department of Chemical Biology and Therapeutics, and Structural Biology at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. It builds on strong investments into a world-class infrastructure in structural and chemical biology. This is an exciting time to join us and build a career while living in an affordable city. This postdoc position is funded for 5 years.   Please direct your questions and application package including a cover letter, current CV, and 3 letters of reference to: Dr. Marcus Fischer (marcus.fischer@stjude.org).   https://www.stjude.org/fischer   https://www.stjude.org/media-resources/news-releases/2021-medicine-science-news/st-jude-receives-9-9-million-to-advance-cures-for-hard-to-treat-pediatric-cancer.html
ID
44525
Department
Chemical Biology & Therapeutic
Faculty Member
Marcus Fischer
Postdoctoral Fellowship – Yu Lab of Systems Biology St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital The Yu Lab in the Department of Computational Biology is seeking outstanding candidates for a postdoctoral research associate focused on single-cell systems biology and systems immunology. The Yu Lab is interested in developing systems biology algorithms, including NetBID (Du et al., Nature 2018), by integrating multi-omics data at both bulk and single-cell levels, to dissect the intracellular and intercellular network wiring and rewiring in healthy and disease conditions, as well as the underlying hidden drivers, and then translate the discoveries into potential clinical applications. The candidate will develop computational and systems biology approaches for network and hidden driver analysis from single-cell omics data (e.g., scRNA-seq, scATAC-seq, single-cell proteomics, and spatial transcriptomics). The successful applicant will work in a dynamic environment, performing integrative analysis of multidimensional datasets in the context of basic immunology and cancer immunotherapy. As one of the premier pediatric research institutions in the world, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital provides exceptional resources and a supportive environment for career development. As a postdoctoral fellow, you will interact with leaders in cancer and translational research within and outside the institution and at national/international meetings. Innovative research will be supported by the lab’s infrastructure, which includes a wet-lab component. Postdocs have considerable flexibility and freedom to develop their research programs.   St. Jude provides a highly interactive and supportive environment for researchers’ career development and has been named to Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work 2018. St. Jude is a top-ranked hospital (#1 for pediatric cancer specialty in the U.S. in 2017) and a world-class basic research institute with 260+ faculty members. St. Jude postdoctoral fellows are provided with a highly competitive salary in an affordable city, a professional development allowance, and an array of benefits, including sign-on bonus, health, dental and vision coverage, and a retirement program.
ID
44496
Department
Computational Biology
Faculty Member
Jiyang Yu
Open Call for Post-doctoral Researchers Multimodal Functional Brain Imaging Hub, St. Jude Children´s Research Hospital, Memphis (TN), USA.   Contact: ranganatha.sitaram@stjude.org   The Employer: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has spent more than a half century conducting research into catastrophic diseases in children, including cancer, hematological disorders and various infections (e.g. pandemic viruses and HIV). St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is the only National Cancer Institute designated Cancer Center that is dedicated solely to the research and treatment of pediatric malignancies. The mission of the Comprehensive Cancer Center at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is to advance cures and means of prevention for pediatric cancer, the leading cause of disease-related death in children aged 1 to 14 years. The St. Jude Comprehensive Cancer Center supports several multidisciplinary research programs that are organized with the specific intent of translating basic science discoveries into curative therapies for children with cancer, while minimizing long-term side effects.   Multimodal Functional Brain Imaging in Pediatric Cancer: St. Jude is highly motivated to develop a novel research program to acquire cognitive and psychosocial data pre- and post-cancer therapy, for characterizing and predicting the effect of cancer and cancer-therapy on sensory, perceptual, cognitive and emotional aspects of brain function and behavior, and for developing interventions with brain modulation and stimulation techniques to reverse the adverse cognitive effect of pediatric cancer. This new program would heavily rely on the application of multimodal functional brain imaging which requires highly sophisticated imaging techniques, such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS), electro/magnetoencephalography (EEG/MEG) and brain stimulation combined with novel experimental paradigms. In addition, novel computational neuroscience and artificial intelligence methods including functional and effective connectivity, causality modeling, real-time imaging, brain-computer interfaces and neurofeedback would be key tools for scientific investigation and translational intervention in this new research program.
ID
F1233
Department
Diagnostic Imaging
Faculty Member
Ranganatha Sitaram
A postdoctoral (Scientist) position is available immediately in the Chang lab in the Department of Cell & Molecular Biology at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.  We are looking for highly talented, self-motivated individuals passionate about how cells function as integrated units. In particular, the candidate will utilize cutting-edge light and electron microscopy tools together with genome-editing, biochemistry and in vitro reconstitution to interrogate the fundamental questions of inter-organelle communication. Prerequisites are creativity, dedication, and the ability to work collaboratively in a small group.    Interested applicants should send a CV, cover letter describing why they are interested in working in our lab, and the names and address of 3 references to Chi-Lun.Chang@stjude.org.
ID
44459
Department
Cell & Molecular Biology
Faculty Member
Chi-Lun Chang
We are seeking a highly motivated Postdoc Research Associate to join Dr. Ji Sun’s lab at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Successful candidates will lead research projects focusing on structural mechanisms of membrane proteins and protein machineries.  We use cryo-EM, biophysical, electrophysiological and biochemical approaches to study the function of membrane proteins and protein complexes (Sun, NSMB 2020; Sun and Mackinnon, Cell 2020; Sun and MacKinnon, Cell 2017). The lab has fully access to the state-of-the-art cryo-EM facility in St. Jude, which houses a 300kV Titan Krios and a 200 kV Talos Arctica electron microscopes, both equipped with K3 detectors. For more details, please visit https://www.stjude.org/sun or directly contact Dr. Ji Sun (ji.sun@stjude.org).
ID
44434
Department
Structural Biology
Faculty Member
Ji Sun
We are seeking a highly motivated Postdoc Research Associate to join Dr. Ji Sun’s lab at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Successful candidates will lead research projects focusing on structural mechanisms of membrane proteins and protein machineries.  We use cryo-EM, biophysical, electrophysiological and biochemical approaches to study the function of membrane proteins and protein complexes (Sun, NSMB 2020; Sun and Mackinnon, Cell 2020; Sun and MacKinnon, Cell 2017). The lab has fully access to the state-of-the-art cryo-EM facility in St. Jude, which houses a 300kV Titan Krios and a 200 kV Talos Arctica electron microscopes, both equipped with K3 detectors. For more details, please visit https://www.stjude.org/sun or directly contact Dr. Ji Sun (ji.sun@stjude.org).
ID
44435
Department
Structural Biology
Faculty Member
Ji Sun
A postdoctoral position isavailable in the Derecka Lab in the Department of Hematology at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to study transcriptional regulation of the bone marrow niche. The major research goal of our group is to gain mechanistic insights into cellular cross communication between bone marrow microenvironment and hematopoietic compartment, in steady state and pathophysiological conditions. You will have the opportunity to develop new exciting projects involving changes of bone marrow microenvironment and its impact on aging blood system; transcriptional dysregulation of bone marrow niche in hematological disorders and bone marrow niche-induced changes of chromatin landscape in hematopoietic progenitors. In this position, you will have a chance to lead your projects and mature into fully independent researcher. Successful candidate will gain an experience in genome wide technology, CRISPR-Cas editing, mouse models and stem cell biology. St. Jude offers a cutting-edge scientific and training environment, combining both clinical and basic research. Postdoctoral research fellows are provided with a competitive salary, excellent benefits, and a professional development allowance. 
ID
44314
Department
Hematology
Faculty Member
Marta Derecka
A fully funded postdoctoral position is immediately available Mark Hatley’s laboratory in the Molecular Oncology Division of the Department of Oncology at St. Jude Children’s Hospital. The Hatley lab studies how normal development processes are perturbed to drive pediatric embryonal tumors using rhabdomyosarcoma as a model system. Our recent findings defined the cell of origin of rhabdomyosarcoma, a presumed skeletal muscle tumor, as an endothelial progenitor cell (Cancer Cell, 33:108-124, 2018). We now seek to elucidate the mechanism of this cell reprogramming event and its role in cell transformation. The lab leverages genetically engineered mouse models, patient-derived xenografts, human and mouse tumor and primary cell lines as well as induced pluripotent stem cells as model systems to interrogate the underlying pathobiology of pediatric rhabdomyosarcoma.   The Hatley lab is a very collaborative, interactive environment focused on scientific and career development of trainees. The lab supports a healthy work/life balance and diversity with a focus on career development. Dr. Hatley was the 2019 mentor of the year at St. Jude. Successful applicants should have strong organizational and communication skills with drive and dedication to participate as a member of our team.
ID
44285
Department
Oncology
Faculty Member
Mark Hatley
A fully funded postdoctoral position is immediately available in the Weiss/Cheng lab in the Department of Hematology at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. We are looking for a candidate that are interested in therapeutic genome editing using next generation genome editors such as Base Editor or Prime editors. The candidate will study the interplay between genome editors and different types blood cells (such HSCs, other progenitors and erythroid cells) and develop and optimize novel treatment for genetic blood disorders. In this position, the candidate will gain extensive experience and training in genomics, stem cell biology, and pre-clinical study. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is a top-ranked Pediatric Cancer Hospital and a world-renowned basic science research institute with over 200 faculty members. St. Jude offers a highly collaborative research and training environment that includes state-of-the-art facilities and resources. Postdoctoral research fellows are provided with a competitive salary, excellent benefits, and a professional development allowance. 
ID
44222
Department
Hematology
Faculty Member
Mitchell Weiss
A fully funded postdoctoral position is immediately available Mark Hatley’s laboratory in the Molecular Oncology Division of the Department of Oncology at St. Jude Children’s Hospital. The Hatley lab studies how normal development processes are perturbed to drive pediatric embryonal tumors using rhabdomyosarcoma as a model system. Our recent findings defined the cell of origin of rhabdomyosarcoma, a presumed skeletal muscle tumor, as an endothelial progenitor cell (Cancer Cell, 33:108-124, 2018). We now seek to elucidate the mechanism of this cell reprogramming event and its role in cell transformation. The lab leverages genetically engineered mouse models, patient-derived xenografts, human and mouse tumor and primary cell lines as well as induced pluripotent stem cells as model systems to interrogate the underlying pathobiology of pediatric rhabdomyosarcoma.   The Hatley lab is a very collaborative, interactive environment focused on scientific and career development of trainees. The lab supports a healthy work/life balance and diversity with a focus on career development. Dr. Hatley was the 2019 mentor of the year at St. Jude. Successful applicants should have strong organizational and communication skills with drive and dedication to participate as a member of our team.
ID
44240
Department
Oncology
Faculty Member
Mark Hatley
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.
ID
44212
Department
Immunology
Faculty Member
Benjamin Youngblood

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