The minimum qualification is a doctoral degree and experience in an area of research relevant to projects and goals of ongoing research in the department. Completion of a fellowship, either clinical or research, in an area related to the field of specialization is desirable. Faculty rank will depend on training, experience, and professional achievement. The candidate must be able to demonstrate legal status permitting him/her to work under applicable United States immigration laws.
SUMMARY OF DUTIES:
This position plays an integral part in the planning, coordination, execution, and analysis of research experiments to be carried out in the Emory Transplant Center Biorepository, Flow Cytometry Core, and Data Science Group. The primary research area of this position includes characterization of the immune systems of transplant patients and patients with urologic cancers to predict responses to treatment and develop strategies for treatment resistance. Responsibilities may be modified from time to time in accordance with the needs of the department and in keeping with the individual’s abilities and interests at the discretion of the Director of the laboratory.
Interested applicants should apply online to be considered. Emory University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.