POSTDOCTORAL or TECH POSITION is available at the Center for Cell and Gene Therapy, Baylor College of Medicine on NCI/NIH funded projects related to Cancer Immunotherapy and virus therapy. We are seeking candidate who is highly self-motivated and must have a background in vaccinia virus and experience on molecular biology and cell culture. The candidate should possess a Ph.D. or MD. The successful applicant is expected to conduct experiments that include plasmid construction, virus production, cell cultures, immune assays (ELISPOT, CTL assays, and multicolor flow cytometry studies), mice tumor model, under minimal supervision. Excellent opportunities for publication, attendance at scientific meetings, and career advancement.
Interested candidates with experience on vaccinia virus are encouraged to send their curriculum vitae and contact information of references to: Xiao-Tong Song, Ph.D. at email@example.com
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