Postdoc – Immunology
- H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center
- Location: Tampa, FL
- Job Number: 7122267 (Ref #: hlj_42985)
- Posting Date: Jan 27, 2023
- Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Postdoc position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Dorina Avram in the Department of Immunology at the Moffitt Cancer Center to study immune dysregulation in cancer and autoimmunity.
We use genetically engineered mouse models, organoid culture systems and patient-derived samples, along with multiomics approaches with the ultimate goal to harness the immune responses for cancer therapies and autoimmunity.
Credentials and Qualifications: We seek an enthusiastic candidate with a Ph.D. in immunology or cancer biology and strong commitment, with first author research publications and rich wet laboratory experience, including working with mice. Submit your curriculum vitae, including clear list of publications and a cover letter directly to [email protected].
Moffitt Postdocs are provided with Medical (Moffitt covers premium for team member) effective upon start date and eligible for Dental, Vision, Paid Time Off, Retirement, Parental Leave and more. You may be eligible for relocation allowance per policy. Reasons to relocate, aside from the sunshine, beaches and year-round outdoor recreation associated with the Gulf Coast of Florida, Tampa is a thriving metropolitan city, which has become a hub for ground-breaking research, welcoming individuals from around the globe. This diverse city is engulfed with rich culture, year-round activities for all, beautiful beaches, amazing cuisine and so much more. We strive for work/life balance.
Mission To create a Moﬃtt culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion as we strive to contribute to the prevention and cure of cancer. Vision To advance and accelerate a culture of access, equity, and inclusion. Diversity is a priority at Moffitt and is meant "to promote a culture of diversity and inclusion as we contribute to the prevention and cure of cancer." The Enterprise Equity Department focuses its efforts on eliminating those obstacles to an individual’s ability to exist within their personal comfort zone at the cancer center. Everyone is important to meeting this priority. Addressing and responding to diversity and inclusion fosters an environment where mutual respect for diverse cultures, communication styles, languages, customs, beliefs, values, traditions, experiences and other ways in which we identify ourselves, is the expectation.