Primary responsibilities include developing and conducting biological assays to monitor immune responses in patients undergoing transplantation or CAR-T cell therapies, working with animal transplant models to develop new therapies for graft-versus-host disease, and supporting the smooth operation of the laboratory.
The technician will learn and implement a variety of techniques including advanced flow cytometry, cell culture, single-cell sequencing and immunohistochemistry. A qualified individual will have the opportunity to pursue an independent research project, which they may be able to present and publish.
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