The Columbia Center for Translational Immunology at Columbia University Medical Center is seeking a
qualified postdoctoral associate with a demonstrated record of productivity to perform innovative and high
impact research in the area islet cell transplantation. Highly motivated researchers with a PhD and/or MD
degree and a genuine interest in diabetes research are encouraged to apply.
Prior experience in immunology,cell and molecular biology, and small animal surgery are essential. The successful candidate will work under the guidance of Drs. Xiaojuan Chen and Yong-guang Yang. The fellow will benefit from a dynamic and highly collaborative environment and the opportunity to interact with the extended scientific community at Columbia University. This is a full-time position, with salary commensurate to NIH scale and health benefits.
Columbia University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Postdoctoral Research Scientist
A full-time Postdoctoral Research Scientist position is immediately available in the Department of Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center. The position is expected to lead a research project focusing on cancer immunology, specifically to develop mouse models with personalized human immune system and cancer, and perform basic and translational studies of cancer immunotherapy. The postdoctoral scientist will be working in the Columbia Center for Translational Immunology and Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center, and will have the opportunity to interact with both basic and clinical investigators.
The successful candidate will have a PhD in Immunology or related sciences with a strong emphasis on cancer immunology. Experience with muse studies, in vitro functional immunological assays, flow cytometry, and molecular biology is required.
Please contact Dr. Yong-Guang Yang at email@example.com to apply.
Postdoctoral Fellow: Immunology and Cutting Edged In Vivo Imaging
The Columbia Center for Translational Immunology at Columbia University currently has a position available for a Postdoctoral Research Scientist in the laboratory of Dr. Joji Fujisaki, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. We are seeking greatly motivated, creative individuals with a strong interest in highly innovative and fundamental immunological research that is at the interface of immunology, stem cell biology and cancer biology, and will broadly impact basic and clinical medicine. We are presently focusing our efforts on a novel question about the immune privilege of the hematopoietic stem cell niche that shields stem cells and malignant cells from the immune attack (Fujisaki etc. Nature. 474, 216-219, 2011) using cutting edge in vivo multiphoton/confocal microscopy that enables real-time visualization of dynamic kinetics of individual immune cells and stem cells in live mice. The successful postdoctoral research candidate will be expected to learn to use this equipment.
Qualified candidates must possess a MD, PhD or MD-PhD in immunology or hematology with a strong interest in in vivo imaging. Candidates should have experience in general immunological in vitro and in vivo assays. Experience in in vivo imaging may be preferred but not required.
To apply please send a single PDF file containing a cover letter and CV along with a summary of previous research experience, accomplishments, and experimental proficiency. Applications should be accompanied by 3 letters of reference to be sent directly to Dr. Joji Fujisaki via e-mail at: