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The SEPS lab seeks a postdoctoral researcher to be jointly advised by Dr. Stephen Smith
and Dr. Michael Jensen at the Seattle Children’s Research Institute in downtown Seattle.
The R01-funded project involves employing a novel proteomic technology, Quantitative
Multiplex co-Immunoprecipitation (QMI) to investigate intracellular signaling pathways
activated in response to CAR stimulation. The researcher will be responsible for planning
and execution of cell signaling experiments involving both experimental CARs and antiCD19 clinical products, as well as correlating results to clinical treatment outcomes.
Knowledge of and/or experience in T cell biology, CAR T cell production, clinical data
management and advanced biostatistics using Matlab and R are all desirable. The ability
to work collaboratively and independently in a fast-paced environment is essential.
For more information see:
Smith, Neier et al, Science Signaling 2016
Neier, Smith et al, Science Immunology 2019
Please direct all enquiries to Stephen Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org
- PhD in specialty area from an accredited university training program
- Experience using basic research techniques of specialty area
- Previous experience conducting research in the pediatric arena
- Experience in protocol and manuscript development and in grant writing
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