The University of Michigan's Department of Radiation Oncology is seeking a Research Lab Specialist to support our reseach efforts.
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This Research Lab Specialist position will focus on conducting preclinical experiments aimed at advancing our understanding of radiation and radiation-induced DNA damage on tumor immunology and immunotherapy efficacy. The ideal candidate will perform in vitro and in vivo experiments that allow us to develop new therapeutic targets or approaches for the treatment of cancer.
- Masters or Ph.D. in a biomedical field
- 5-6 years of related experience, i.e., published in a field of specialty and academic knowledge in a field or discipline
- A publication record demostrating application of analytic skills is also required for this position.
Experience with flow cytometry, molecular biology, tumor immunology and cancer biology is desirable. We are looking for an enthusiastic, ambitious and self-motivated individual who can independently conduct research with strong verbal and written communication skills. We prefer someone interested in working in a collaborative environment with junior and senior lab members.
This is a NIH grant-funded position that will report directly to Dr. Meredith Morgan, Associate Professor. In collaboration with Dr. Michael Green's laboratory, we seek to define and harness the determinants of inflammation which shape anti-tumoral immunity and influence cancer translation of preclinical research to clinicl trials.
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