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Be a part of the legacy: MRL Postdoctoral Research Fellow Program
The Merck Research Laboratories (MRL) Postdoctoral Research Fellow Program aims to be a best-in-industry program for industrial postdoctoral researchers, designed to provide you with an academic focus in a commercial environment. With the resources, reach, and expertise of a large pharmaceutical company, postdoctoral researchers will be positioned to excel in an institution committed to breakthrough innovation in research and discovery.
As a postdoctoral fellow in Immunology and Immune Modulatory Receptor (IMR) Research you will work with a highly collaborative team of scientists from Immunology basic research and development headed by Rene de Waal Malefyt, PhD. based at MRL Palo Alto, California to conceive, design, plan and implement advanced experiments/assays exploring the pathway biology of immune modulatory receptors. You will focus on the mechanisms of action of IMRs expressed on T cells in the context of inflammation and cancer immunotherapy.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Employing complex in vivo disease model systems to address specific question related to immune regulation
- Using cellular and molecular biology to dissect the in vivo observations and drive the discovery process
- Analyses of anti-tumor responses in genetically engineered mouse models
Education Minimum Requirement:
- PhD with 3 years or less of postdoctoral experience or met all the requirements for a PhD by May 2017
Required Experience and Skills:
- Skilled in In Vivo models in one or more of the following therapy areas: Immunology, Tumor Immunology, Infectious Diseases or Autoimmune Diseases
- Experience in FACS analyses
- Experience in Cellular Immunology
Preferred Experience and Skills:
- Ability to design experiments, interpret and track results, and utilize this information to enable assay development
- Strong history of publication in peer-reviewed journals
- Bioanalytical experience, ELISA, Luminex, MSD
- Cell signaling, Signal transduction techniques, WB
- Molecular biology, bioinformatics, genomics experience
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