A postdoctoral position is available within the Department of Otolaryngology at Baylor College of Medicine to conduct experiments in the research area of tumor immunology and immunotherapy. Candidates will have the opportunity to work in a NIH-funded laboratory in a dynamic environment which encompasses the entire continuum of translational research from preclinical (laboratory) studies to human clinical trials. Candidates must have a background in immunology, cancer research, or related fields; must work well in a team environment, and must have strong communication skills. The candidate will conduct immunologic and cancer biology experiments in mouse models, primary human cells, and in additional model systems as needed for the work.
- Conduct laboratory research on a semi-independent basis: design and execute laboratory experiments
- Prepare applications/submissions for external funding
- Interpret data; prepare and present findings in scholarly articles, conference presentations, etc.
- May be responsible for operation and maintenance of specific equipment
- May be assigned responsibility for certain tasks within the collaborative laboratory environment; to further the research and education missions of the Baylor College of Medicine, and comply with institutional expectations and requirements.
Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Equal Access Employer.
- Ph.D in a relevant scientific field, or M.D. degree.
- Familiarity and experience with immunology and/or molecular biology laboratory techniques is required.