Requirements: PhD (or equivalent) with a background in immunology and/or cancer.
Preferred skills: immunophenotyping, multi-color flow cytometric analysis, and being familiar with next-generation sequencing. Experiences in working with genomics sequencing data and/or bioinformatics analysis is a plus, but not required.
– Leading the projects studying cancer immunology using systems biology approach and high-dimensional data technologies.
– Co-leading and Contributing to the on-going collaborations with other labs at the UW-Madison campus.
The Dinh lab (dinhlab.oncology.wisc.edu) is studying the question of how the tumor microenvironment changes during cancer progression, before and after treatment. We follow a systems biology approach, using high-dimensional data from multi-omics genome-wide (genomics and epigenomics) and single-cell assays, data mining, and bioinformatics. We develop and employ computational biology methods to mine publicly available data and in-house generated data for the specific questions we ask. We are a multi-disciplinary team and a part of the McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research and the Department of Biostatistics and Biomedical Informatics (BMI).
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