Postdoctoral Fellow, Autoimmunity and Immunoregulation
Postdoctoral Fellow, Autoimmunity and Immunoregulation

Job Code: JD03-27


A postdoctoral position is open for a candidate who will pursue research in the areas of innate immunity and autoimmunity, with an emphasis on developing novel approaches to promote antigen-specific tolerance in type-1 (autoimmune) diabetes. The successful candidate will have training and expertise in innate immunity, dendritic cell biology, autoimmunity or related fields of immunology. The candidate will be expected to design and implement experiments exploring new biology in the areas of innate cell function, as well as understanding its application to disease research in the field of autoimmunity and in particular type-1 diabetes 

• Knowledge of techniques such as in vivo modeling of immune function, flow cytometry, immune cellular assays, DNA/RNA/protein analysis, is highly desirable
• The position requires a Ph.D. in a relevant field of study, and a successful publication record 
• Excellent communication, organization, writing and data analysis skills are also a must, as well as a positive outlook and a team-oriented attitude


Interested candidates please send a copy of your CV including publication record, and three references to (please include the job code in your application)