We have an opportunity for a creative, enthusiastic and independent researcher to join the Immunology Discovery department as a Senior Scientific Researcher, to study human airway biology in homeostasis and disease. The successful candidate will participate in the discovery and interrogation of novel pathways and processes involved in chronic airway disease pathogenesis. Leveraging our in vivo, in vitro and ex vivo model systems, she or he will have the opportunity to discover and characterize novel biology with the goal of developing innovative therapies.
Qualifications: Qualified candidates will hold a doctoral degree in Immunology, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Developmental Biology, or Biochemistry and have a track record of success as illustrated by a strong publication record, authorship on patents, or other tangible success metrics.
Candidates must have experience with animal models in addition to technical expertise in histological, molecular, and cellular biology techniques. This experience as preferably obtained in the fields of immunology and/or lung biology. Experience with utilizing genome editing technologies, such as CRISPR, as well as experience with writing code in languages such as R would be advantageous but not required.
Finally, to be successful as a Senior Scientific Researcher, the candidate should not only have excellent communication and teamwork skills, but also have an inquisitive mindset with strong problem solving skills.