The successful applicant will combine high dimensional multiomic technologies, translational approaches, and complex mouse models to investigate tissue resident lymphocyte biology in cancer. A primary focus will be on skin and lung T or B cells.
Perform experiments utilizing appropriate lab or computational techniques with proficiency, evaluate results, and determine the next steps to complete project and present data. Think independently and solve problems. Stay on top of scientific literature and build skills to maximize project potential.
-M.D., M.D./Ph.D., or Ph.D.
-Specialty: Immunology, Cell Biology, Computational Biology, or other relevant background
-No more than 2 years of prior postdoc experience
-Excellent communication, analytical and organizational skills
-Ability to work independently and as part of a team while being collaborative in resolving problems
-Passion for science and inquiry
-Ability to synthesize one’s own results and others to formulate hypotheses
-Ability to prioritize multiple tasks at one time
-Must possess energy and drive to coordinate multiple projects simultaneously
-Ability to use tact and diplomacy to maintain effective working relationships
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The Moreau laboratory for early cancer immunobiology at the OHSU Division of Oncological (DOS) Sciences and Cancer Early Detection Advanced Research (CEDAR) center is seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated Postdoctoral Researcher to join our team. We are exploring the biology of tissue resident lymphocytes and how these cells contribute to cancer pathogenesis. Our long-term goal is to leverage tissue immunobiology for the development of novel immunotherapeutic and cancer detection strategies. Work is conducted in the highly collaborative and interdisciplinary environment of the Knight Cancer Institute.