We are open to highly motivated scientists at all levels to work on exciting on-going directions, especially cancer immunology and technology development. These multi-year projects are funded by NIH and other awards to support highly innovative scientific research.
8/6/2019: We are especially interested in hiring an antibody engineer.
Full job posting
Postdoc candidates may directly apply by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Preferred experience or skills:
1. Computational biology, statistics, big data, machine learning, bioinformatics
2. Antibody engineering, campaign, production, characterization and development
3. Mass spec, metabolomics, proteomics, protein characterization and engineering
4. In vivo immunology and immunotherapy models
5. Genome engineering, bioengineering, technology development
– PhD, MD, or MD-PhD in immunology, cancer biology, biochemistry, genetics, bioengineering, or equivalent.
– CV, with key publications
– 3 letters of references, or contacts of 3 referees, including one from doctoral mentor
– Description of future research interests and brief plan (~1pp)
Interested students may contact Dr. Chen via Yale email (email@example.com).
The lab is currently open to students from MD-PhD, BBS/Genetics, BBS/Immunobiology tracks. Other students or fellows may contact for discussion on a case-by-case scenario.
Postgrad candidates may apply by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Requirements: Bachelor degree in biology, bioengineering, biomedical science, chemistry, or similar.
Please send an email to email@example.com for inquiry or application. The email should:
- Use a title line indicating the position of interest,
- Attach an updated CV,
- Briefly describe previous research experience / accomplishments and future interests,
- Include names of three referees.
Salary and benefits will follow the guidelines of Yale School of Medicine.
We strongly encourage women and minorities to apply for these positions.
Yale University is an equal opportunity employer.