Positions are available to study the molecular and systems biology of 1) immune cell/vascular/tumor interactions in tumor biology and immunotherapy; and 2) immune cell trafficking in autoimmunity. Computational and experimental studies.
Several opportunities are available for outstanding candidates with a proven track record of publications and productivity.
1. Vascular control of immune cell trafficking and local immune responses in mice and humans. Apply state-of-the-art mass cytometry and scRNA-seq to probe the molecular and genetic programming of immune cell recruiting-vasculature.
2. The development and trafficking of effector and regulatory immune cells in disease. You will develop novel algorithms to leverage single cell transcriptomic and proteomic profiles to elucidate lymphocyte development and inter-organ trafficking in cancer and autoimmune disease.
3. Therapeutic manipulation of chemokine systems to enhance tumor immunotherapies and to control autoimmune pathology in models of colitis and CNS disease.
Recent PhD or MD & eligibility for fellowship support from NIH training grants or from the country of origin are required. We seek individuals with experience in computation (R or other programming languages) and bioinformatics (transcriptomics, epigenomics, single cell analyses); or in immunology and/or in vascular developmental biology and imaging. Email CV and letters to Eugene.butcher (at) Stanford.edu.
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