Postdoctoral Research Associate
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About the Opportunity:
Konry lab is focused on dynamic analysis of cellular functional
phenotype to dissect the variability in immune and cancer cell
responses to therapies. We are inviting applications for a
postdoctoral position to work on cell-cell interactions,
single-cell functional studies and omic analysis in tissue-chip
format, and ultra-fast novel COVID19 diagnostic tools.
We are looking for highly motivated bioengineers and molecular
biologists, with an interest in single-cell and tissue-chip
research as well as technological and assay development. Candidates
must have recently obtained a Ph.D. in a relevant field and should
have experience with immunology, microfluidics, nucleic acid
biochemistry, and/or diagnostic tools. Excellent oral and written
communication skills are also required. Experience with next-gen
sequencing, flow cytometry, confocal imaging, and computational
analysis is preferable.
Performs basic or applied research in an area of considerable scope
and complexity. Plans independent research and analyzes and
publishes the results. Prepares grant proposals. Provides
functional and administrative supervision over supporting research
staff and transfers technical and statistical expertise.
Responsible for purchasing and budget administration. Attends
meetings and may present research.
Must have a Ph.D. or equivalent; progressively more responsible
experience that demonstrates the ability to plan and execute
research; previous supervisory experience.
To apply, please send a CV and a cover letter explaining your
experience and your motivation to email@example.com
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