T cell development, regeneration, aging, chromatin structure
A PhD in genetics, immunology, cancer biology, biochemistry, or a similar field is required within the past year. An excellent publication record along with experience in generating and characterizing mouse models, flow cytometry, retroviral transduction or chromatin is an advantage.
A postdoctoral position is available in late 2018 or early 2019 to study transcription factors controlling development. The laboratory has projects addressing the development and maintenance of T cells, innate lymphoid cells, and thymic epithelial cells. The laboratory is next door to and closely collaborative with the lab of Andre Nussenzweig that is focused on understanding the influence of chromatin structure on the maintenance of genome stability. Transgenic and gene-targeting methods are used to create overexpression, dominant-negative and loss-of-function mutants in mice.
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