Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Mucosal Immunity and Cancer Lab
Fantastic new opportunity within a collaborative and energetic team environment
Be part of true translational research which has real impact on patient outcomes
Generous staff benefits including the ability to salary package up to $18,550 per annum
About the position
This position is within the Mucosal Immunity and Cancer (MIC) Laboratory of the Cancer Immunobiology Program. Research efforts within the MIC Lab are the pursuit of defining the role of immune cells in development of gastrointestinal disorders, including colitis and cancers.
The dual focus of the project is to:
- Elucidate the role of innate immune cells in maintaining intestinal homeostasis.
- Uncover the role of T cells and innate immune cells in development of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, including colitis and cancer.
To be considered for this role, you must have a PhD in science or related discipline, preferably immunology. Under the nurturing guidance of the MIC Lab head (Dr Lisa Mielke), you will be required to perform a range of cell biology and molecular biology techniques. These will include, tissue and organ preparation for flow cytometry analysis and cell culture, maintenance of primary cells in culture, RNA-sequencing and immunofluorescent imaging. Experience with mouse models and handling is essential.
The successful candidate must be self-motivated with the ability to think and work independently and also cooperatively, and will be expected assist with supervision of research assistants and students within the lab. In addition, the postdoc will actively contribute to collaborations and the strategic vision and performance of the MIC Lab.
As an ONJCRI staff member, you will have access to generous benefits including salary packaging of $18,550 per annum.
Click here to download the position description. Please forward your cover letter and CV with 3 referee details, quoting the reference number ONJCRI-062/2020 to Dr. Lisa Mielke, Mucosal Immunity and Cancer Laboratory Head, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date for Applications: 9 September 2020
Due to anticipated high volume of applications, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.