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POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW (Immunology and Microbiology)
|Working Title||POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW (Immunology and Microbiology)|
|Number of Vacancies||1|
|Department||School of Medicine / Immunology and Microbiology|
|Scope of Job||
Trainee position to pursue research as a vital component of their educational mission and professional career development. Works under minimal supervision with some latitude in the use of initiative and independent judgment in research and/or teaching. Performs teaching and/or research work as required within the classroom and/or project assigned.
|Description of Duties||
The following is a listing of typical duties that may be applicable to the position:
Investigate the possible correlation between the human microbiome and cancer; Determine the association between the human microbiome and cancer risk with a particular focus on cancers of the liver, pancreas and renal; Develop methods for the collection, storage, and processing of samples and data for the study of the human microbiome.
Other job duties include:
1. Design and execute experiments to investigate microbiome in cancer and key mechanisms underlying cancer development, progression, and therapy response.
2. Analyze experimental data using advanced techniques and tools, generating insights that drive the project’s direction.
3. Collaborate with fellow researchers to share knowledge.
4. Troubleshoot challenges, and contribute to a collaborative research environment.
5. Contribute to manuscript preparation, presenting research findings at conferences, and engaging with the scientific community.
6. Stay updated with the latest advancements in cancer research to integrate novel concepts into the projects.
General direction from the assigned supervisor.
Doctoral degree from an accredited University (based on funding restrictions degree may need to have been conferred within a set period of time previous to assuming position).
Demonstrated experience in conducting independent research projects. Proficiency in a wide range of laboratory techniques, including mammalian cell culture, plasmid isolation, experience working with mice models, Microbial culture, flowcytometry, molecular biology, proteomics, genomics, and cellular imaging. Preferred experience with advanced equipment such as Illumina MiSeq system and techniques such as single-cell analysis is highly desirable.
Use of personal computer and proficiency in software and research statistical applications.
Needs to be able to successfully perform all required duties. Standard office environment.
This is a trainee position subject to a specific time as agreed to by stakeholders.
|Minimum Salary||Commensurate with Experience|
|Posted Salary||Commensurate with Experience|
|Position Available Date||09/05/2023|
|Grant Funded Position||Yes|
|If Yes, Provide Grant Expiration Date||05/31/2026|
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