Jobs Board

Jobs Board

Free Recruiting Service for Registrants and Exhibitors

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Take advantage of this complimentary career resource at IMMUNOLOGY 2019. The Jobs Board service is FREE to all meeting registrants and exhibitors.

Take advantage of this unparalleled opportunity to recruit from over 3,000 immunologists at all career stages!

Review the online AAI Jobs Board (below) to identify positions that target attendees and reach recruiters directly.

Job Postings

Principal Scientist

MicroMedicine, Cambridge, MA: The Principal Scientist will play a leading role in applications research and development and will serve as a resident scientific expert. Reporting to the Director of R&D, this individual works directly with potential customers, clinical advisors, KOLs, and CROs to understand application needs, execute applications research and development and support key initiatives at KOL/CRO sites. [Details...]

Postdoctoral Fellow

The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA: The goal of this project is to understand the role of PTPN22 in autoimmune disease. This position involves research on type 1 diabetes in genetically engineered mouse NOD models. Familiarity with cellular immunology required for this research. Main techniques will include islet isolation, multicolor flow cytometry, confocal microscopy and single-cell RNA sequencing. [Details...]

Senior Research Technologist

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis, TN: A permanent position of Senior Research Technologist is immediately available in Dr. Feng’s laboratory at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. Highly motivated candidates trained in immunology or related fields with experience in murine models, immunology, and cancer biology are invited to explore their recently developed, unpublished genetic models and biochemical platforms in T cell immunology under various settings including autoimmune diseases and cancer. [Details...]

Post Doctoral Fellow

University of California Irvine, Irvine, CA: We are looking for a US Permanent Resident or Citizen with a recent PhD, or who will soon receive a degree, to work on a newly funded R01 project. The project will investigate pathways that are differentially expressed between prostate carcinoma-adjacent fibroblasts between African Americans and European Americans, with a goal of developing therapeutic interventions, and identifying biomarkers of progression. [Details...]

Postdoc: Basic Mechanisms of Adaptive Immunity in Malaria

University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX: Multiple projects are available immediately for an outstanding candidate to pursue NIH-funded cellular immunology research in a rodent model of malaria. The post-doctoral fellow will lead research on adaptive immunity to mouse malaria. Projects focus on T:B cooperation in the context of the spleen microenvironment, and memory T cell differentiation in Plasmodium chabaudi infection. [Details...]

Postdoctoral Fellow, Human Immunology

UCSF, San Francisco, CA: Two post-doctoral positions are available immediately at University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) to study the fetal T cell response to pathogens, and immunoregulation in the human T cell response to malaria. The Feeney lab is located at the SFGH campus of UCSF and is part of the large and interactive UCSF Immunology Program. Mentoring and collaboration are core values across the UCSF campus, providing an excellent environment for postdoctoral training. [Details...]