Postdoc, University of Pittsburgh

  • Postdoc
  • Transcription factor regulation and function in immune cells, T cell response to infection, cancer, allergies and autoimmunity, which will be executed through multi-disciplinary research.
  • Applications have closed
Lab Website: poholek-lab

poholeklab Pittsburgh, PA, USA


The Poholek Lab is seeking a postdoctoral fellow to work on a funded project exploring the cell-type specific expression and function of transcription factors to control immune cell differentiation in infection, cancer, allergies and autoimmunity.

Qualifications/Preferred Skillsets:

Competitive candidates will have earned a PhD in Immunology, Cell biology or similar discipline and possess excellent written and verbal
English communication skills, in addition to outstanding critical thinking and problem-solving skills and be able to work in teams as well as on their own.
Experience in assays such as multi-color flow cytometry, primary immune cell isolation, infectious and autoimmune animal models, cell culture, and molecular biology are required. Experience with Nextgen sequencing technologies such as RNAseq, ChIPseq, ATACseq, and chromatin conformation assays (3C, 4C, HiC) and bioinformatics skills will be highly valued.