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|Job #: F668|
|Posted Date: September 1, 2017|
|Closes On: Open Until Filled|
|Job Title: Research Assistant II/III Cell Immunologist- Nomis Center for Immunobiology, Dr. Bjorn Lillemeier|
|Status: Regular Full Time|
|Benefits Eligible: Yes|
|Laboratory/Department: Nomis Foundation Laboratories for Immunobiology and Microbial Pathogenesis|
|The laboratory focuses on T lymphocyte activation and how the plasma membrane structure is utilized during T cell receptor signal transduction. We use cell biology, molecular biology, biochemistry and fluorescence microscopy techniques to study these events.|
Research Assistant position to test potential targets for immunotherapies in primary T cells and animal models. A successful candidate will work independently and in support of postdoctoral researchers. The position requires strong cell biology and animal handling skills to test mutant proteins in mouse models (e.g. melanoma and diabetes). The candidate will be trained in specific techniques and methods that are required for the projects. The overall goal of the research is test the effects of signaling mutants on T cell responses in vitro and in vivo.
This position requires constant seeing, adjusting focus and working inside.