Post-Doctoral Position Available
My laboratory in the Experimental Immunology Branch of the National Cancer Institute has a postdoctoral position available to study the Cell Biology of Antigen Processing and Presentation. Our research program is focused on defining the molecular mechanisms by which APCs activate CD4 T cells. Current projects investigate the mechanisms regulating MHC class II-peptide formation and turnover, the molecular regulation of MHC class II recycling in APCs, and APC function in tumor-bearing mice. Our experimental approaches include biochemical, cell biological, and immunological analyses using wild-type and genetically altered mice. We have a highly interactive group studying both T cell activation by APCs and intracellular protein transport in immune cells.
For additional details please visit our website: https://ccr.cancer.gov/Experimental-Immunology-Branch/paul-a-roche
Successful applicants must have less than five years of post-doctoral experience and a strong background in cell biology with a particular knowledge of immune cell biology/signaling. To apply applicants should send an email to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a current CV, a cover letter describing their past research experience, how their experience prepares them for this position, and the name of 3 references.
Paul Roche, Ph.D.
Experimental Immunology Branch
National Cancer Institute
National Institutes of Health
Bldg. 10, Room 3N103
Bethesda, MD 20892