Humanitas Clinical and Research Center, Milan, Italy
is seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral scientist to study the cellular basis of human memory T cell differentiation and their effector T cell responses in human bone marrow transplantation and cancer. The group is specialized in the identification and characterization of novel lymphocyte subsets by using high-dimensional single cell analysis (30-parameter polychromatic flow cytometry/cell sorting and single cell RNA sequencing). Full access to Humanitas facilities (flow cytometry, genomics, microscopy, BSL-3, SPF mouse house) will be granted.
The position, funded by a Starting Grant from the European Research Council, is initially available for 1 year and is renewable up to 3 years (salary will be commensurate with experience).
The optimal candidate would have a PhD in cellular immunology, a strong track record (at least 1 first authored paper in a peer-reviewed journal) and be skillful in flow cytometry, cell culture, cell-based assays and basic molecular techniques. Previous experience in the analysis of complex flow cytometry datasets is highly preferred but not essential (we will train). Candidates from abroad with the potential to compete for international fellowships are strongly encouraged to apply. The successful candidate should be able to carry out projects independently and is expected to collaborate with in-group bioinformaticians and other members of the laboratory. Fluent English (written and spoken) is required.
To apply, please send a motivation letter, a 2-page CV (no Europass format) and the contact information (or letters of recommendation) of at least 3 referees to Dr. Enrico Lugli (email@example.com)
Dr. Enrico Lugli
Место работы: Другое в Европе
Область деятельности: Биология развития и Клеточная биология (иммунология, гистология, нейробиология), Молекулярная биология (биохимия, генная инженерия)
Postdoctoral Fellowship in immunology (Другое в Европе)
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