Applicants must be highly motivated and collaborative, with solid experience in immunology and immunology research, including flow cytometry. Expertise in bioinformatics assessments and/or model systems will be considered a strong asset. Applicants must have a PhD degree with 0-2 years’ experience as a post-doctoral fellow, and a strong track record of publication in peer-reviewed journals and presentations to scientific audiences. Candidates should be able to independently design and assess their experiments and research program, but will have assistance from the PI, research technician and other laboratory members.
Expertise in immunology and immunologic techniques, especially flow cytometry, cell culture and model systems.
Expertise in genetics and/or bioinformatics will be considered a strong asset.
Strong ability to manage a research project and work independently.
Strong communication and collaborative skills and an ability to work well with others.
Qualified candidates should submit their application by email in .pdf document that includes:
(1) a cover letter stating the candidate’s suitability for the position;
(2) a full CV, including all publications and presentations;
(3) a brief statement of research experience; and
(4) contact information for three individuals willing to provide references
The Boudreau laboratory at Dalhousie University is seeking an exceptional post-doctoral fellow to lead a study on human natural killer (NK) cells in ovarian cancer progression and immunotherapy using immunologic and bioinformatics assessments. Our laboratory uses immunogenetics, immunologic assays and humanized model systems to study hard-to-treat cancers, infectious and autoimmune disease, with a goal of developing precision NK-based immunotherapies. We are highly collaborative and collegial group. Please visit tinyurl.com/JeanetteBoudreau for more information.