Posted: December 23, 2019
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
This position will include focused studies of altered immunity in arthritis as an irAE utilizing patients’ biospecimen as well as murine models. The ideal candidate should have hands-on experiences in flow cytometry, mouse models of inflammation and/or autoimmunity, basic immunology and molecular biology techniques (cell culture, assessment of cell proliferation and apoptosis, ELISA/multiplex, PCR, and confocal microscopy).
Candidate will learn to:
- Isolate immune cells from patients’ samples and perform in vitro/ex vivo experiments
- Analyze data in the context of patients’ phenotypes
- Verify human data in vivo
Candidates should have a recent PhD or within 1-2 years of graduation in cancer biology, immunology, or molecular biology. A solid background in immunology is highly desirable.
References will be requested after initial screening.
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Sang Taek Kim
General Internal Medicine - Section of Rheumatology
1515 Holcombe Blvd. Unit 1465