Applicants should submit materials to Michael Khodadoust : email@example.com
A postdoctoral research position is available at Stanford University in the laboratory of Dr. Michael Khodadoust in the Division of Oncology. The laboratory is focused on the development of novel immune based therapies for T-cell lymphomas. Specific interests include characterizing antigens that drive lymphoma immune responses, the effects of immune checkpoint blockade on both malignant and normal T-cells, and characterizing genomic alterations to predict sensitivity or resistance to immunotherapies. Projects utilize primary human tissues and blood to better reflect the clinical heterogeneity of the immune interaction with T-cell lymphomas. There are opportunities to collaborate with investigators across Stanford as well as with those at other institutions.
- Candidates should have or be near completing a PhD degree in immunology or a related field.
- Prior experience with flow cytometry, cell culture and immunologic methods is desired.
- Experience with high throughput sequencing and analysis is preferred but not required.
- Applicants should be self-motivated with excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Cover letter
- Contact information for three references