A postdoctoral research fellow position is available in the Pachynski Laboratory in the Division of Oncology at Washington University School of Medicine. Our work focuses on studying molecular and cellular mechanisms involved in leukocyte trafficking in the tumor microenvironment with a translational slant and, ultimately, the goal to produce novel immunotherapeutics that can be translated into the clinic. We utilize human and murine preclinical models of prostate cancer, and are one of the leading labs studying the novel leukocyte chemoattractant chemerin. In addition, we perform clinical/translation studies utilizing human samples from prostate cancer patients treated on immunotherapy trials, and collaborate with the broader Immunology community here at Washington University.
Candidates with extensive background in immunology, molecular biology techniques, mouse tumor models and flow cytometry are preferred. Interested candidates with PhD, MD, or MD-PhD with a strong background in immunology or tumor immunology should email a single PDF file that includes a cover letter and CV together with the names of two referees with contact information to Russell Pachynski, MD, Associate Professor, Division of Oncology, Washington University c/o email@example.com.
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