Postdoctoral Position in Cancer Immunology

The childhood leukemia research group is seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow to complement our team at the Department of Biomedicine of the University Children's Hospital in Basel/Switzerland.

Your position 
The post-doctoral researcher will functionally characterize the intersection of developing blood cancers and the immune system using transgenic mouse models (Stavropoulou et al., Cancer Cell, 2016; Lopez et al., Cancer Discovery, 2019, Forte et al., Cell Metabolism 2020, Fagnan et al. Blood, 2020, Leonards et al., Nat Commun, 2020).

Your profile 

PhD and/or MD-PhD in biology, genetics or immunology. The potential candidate must be experienced in basic techniques of cellular and molecular biology. Experience in flow cytometry and animal (mouse) experimentation is mandatory. Practical knowledge in bioinformatics data mining is a plus. We also expect interest and active contribution of supervision and guidance of (under) graduate students.

We offer you 
The Department of Biomedicine of the University of Basel hosts over 30 different research groups and offers an international stimulating, dynamic and friendly atmosphere in an attractive city, rich in culture, located in the middle of Europe.

Application / Contact 
More information can be obtained at: http://biomedizin.unibas.ch . For applications and further inquiries please contact:

Prof. Juerg Schwaller
Childhood leukemia group
University Children's Hospital (UKBB)
Department of Biomedicine, University of Basel
Zentrum für Lehre und Forschung (ZLF)
Hebelstrasse 20
CH-4031 Basel, Switzerland
Email: J.Schwaller@unibas.ch 


University of Basel



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Location: Switzerland, Basel
Categories: Cancer Biology, Immunology, Postdoc, Researcher,

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