The Albert Einstein Jewish Institute for Education and Research offers a postdoctoral position under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Kenneth John Gollob. Project Center for Research in Immuno-Oncology (CRIO) supported by FAPESP.
Main Project Title: Multi-omics strategies with a focus on discovering novel immuno-modulatory targets in prospective and retrospective cohorts of gynaecological cancer patients
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The Immuno-oncology Laboratory at the Centro de Ensino e Pesquisa Albert Einstein offers a postdoctoral position. The postdoc will use several experimental approaches to elucidate the systemic and local immunological profile and the genetic profile of tumors in patients with cervical or ovarian cancer. The objective is to identify molecules, immune cells and networks responsible for inducing an effective antitumor response vs. a poor response after therapeutic intervention in prospective and retrospective cohorts.
Our group is linked to the Center for Research in Immuno-Oncology (CRIO), supported by FAPESP and GSK, which is composed of the Instituto Israelita de Ensino e Pesquisa Albert Einstein and the partner institutions, FMRP-USP and AC Camargo Cancer Center.
We are looking for candidates who are proactive and able to work independently and in a collaborative team. Previous experience in molecular biology techniques and tissue processing for IHC and IF is required, in addition to data analysis using bioinformatics tools. Proven experience in the area of immuno-oncology will be essential, and experience in the study of gynecological tumors will be desired.
Please send, until April 26, 2023, to Prof. Dr. Kenneth John Gollob (email@example.com), the following documents: Curriculum Vitae, letter expressing the reasons for interest in the position and two names to be consulted for recommendation.
The position is open to brazilians and foreigners. The selected candidate will receive a Post-Doctoral Scholarship from FAPESP in the amount of R$ 8,479.20 monthly and a Technical Reserve equivalent to 10% of the annual value of the scholarship to cover unforeseen expenses directly related to the research activity.