Nationality: International Students
Location: New York City, NY, USA
Application deadlines: Open until filled
Our lab operates on the interface of immunology and radiology. We employ in vivo and ex vivo imaging techniques and immunologic assays to study a variety of disorders, including cardiovascular disease, cancer, and organ transplant rejection. Besides monitoring immune responses in these conditions, our multidisciplinary team develops nanotherapeutics to improve disease outcomes. The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai provides a unique environment for immunoimaging research. For example, we have access to state-of-the-art flow cytometry and microscopy equipment as well as a large vivarium that enables executing extensive animal studies. In addition, the Institute’s cutting-edge imaging facilities (including PET, MR and CT modalities) allow innovative small and large animal imaging studies. Our dynamic team includes bioengineers, imaging experts, chemists and immunologists. We formally collaborate with investigators at Radboud University Medical Center in the Netherlands, New York University, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Immunology or a related discipline
- – Experience in high-parameter flow cytometry and other techniques like immunofluorescence microscopy, transcriptomic analysis, and basic molecular biology assays. Experience in animal research is preferred
- – Excellent organizational skills
- – Excellent communication and writing skills in the English language.
- – Ability to work in a collaborative environment
Interested candidates can apply by email to mand[email protected]. The following documents are required:
- – Cover letter
- – Curriculum vitae
- – At least two letters of support stating the suitability of the applicant for this position
- – Affordable housing, an excellent health plan, and multiple other benefits are included in the position.