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The candidate will implement assays in human and NHP, including ISLA, STIP seq, MIP seq and Rainbow and train other members of the group to perform these assays. Candidate will be involved in TEA seq, a single cell multi-OMICs approach that measures transcriptomic profile, chromatin accessibility and protein markers. Candidate will be working with bioinformatic group to develop bioinformatics approach to combine single cell virological and immunological readouts.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: The preferred candidate should have a prior educational background in Immunology and Virology. Previous lab experience is a plus, particularly in rodent handling, immunology techniques, and cell culture, as well as basic lab administration. Organization and communication are essential. The selected candidate will receive training in a broad array of human immunology techniques, including flow-cytometry. The candidate will also can contribute to grant applications, publications, and collaborations with clinical and translational research groups.
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