Johns Hopkins, founded in 1876, is America's first research
university and home to nine world-class academic divisions working
together as one university.
Opportunity to lead an exciting project in an R01-funded lab to
elucidate the role of donor-derived immune cells in the development
of graft-versus-host disease and non-infectious lung injury
following allogeneic bone marrow transplantation using established
mouse models. The candidate will be responsible for conducting the
research and coordinating the full range of project’s cellular and
molecular components. This will include but not necessarily be
limited to: managing the 1) bone-marrow process from stem cell
harvesting through transplantation, 2) tissue and cell procurement,
processing and analysis, 3) data interpretation and presentation;
and ultimately, 4) training of project-associated research
The candidate should have an MD and/or PhD, with at least 3-5 years
of lab experience in immunology or pulmonary biology. Proficiency
in working with pulmonary immune, endothelial and epithelial cells
along with flow cytometric analysis are of particular interest.
Salary negotiable, within established University guidelines.
Please send CV and cover letter outlining your experience and
interests to Ken Cooke: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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