Position – Postdoctoral Fellow – CAR T Cell Immunotherapy

March 26, 2019

Applications are invited from outstanding PhD-qualified candidates for a postdoctoral fellowship to carry out research in chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cell immunotherapy. In this role, you will be based in a laboratory dedicated to finding new genetic means to improve CAR T activity, persistence and safety. The laboratory is housed in a department committed to research excellence in molecular biology, immunology and microbiology.

 

Your Skills and Experience

 

• PhD-qualified.

• Highly motivated.

• Able to carry out critical analysis of the literature to inform research direction.

• Can work independently and as part of team.

• Have demonstrated excellence in research, as indicated by publication in reputable peer-reviewed journals.

• Interested in experiencing teaching and supervision opportunities.

 

The University is strongly committed to diversity in staffing and we encourage applications from women and other under-represented groups who have expertise in molecular biology and/or immunology.

 

Further Details

 

This is a full-time, fixed term position for three years.

 

Specific enquiries may be directed to the Head of Laboratory, Associate Professor Alex McLellan, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, via the contact details below.

 

Application

 

To submit your application (including CV and cover letter) please click the apply button below. Applications quoting reference number 1900741 will close on Tuesday, 16 April 2019.

 

Additional Information

Contact: Associate Professor Alex McLellan Tel: +64 3 479 7728

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Location: About Dunedin

 

Primary Location

NZL-SI-Dunedin

Employment Status

Fixed Term Full-time

Salary Level and Range Postdoctoral Fellow ($75,896)

Organisation

Microbiology and Immunology

Job Function

Research

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