Transplantation Centre, Department of Medicine
University of Lausanne
The Transplantation Immunopathology Laboratory is recruiting a young postdoc with a solid background in basic immunology, starting as soon as possible for duration of 24 months. The main aim of the project is to explore the role of T- and B-cell subsets in allograft rejection and immune tolerance. The project will involve experimental in vivo models, as well as translational research based on patients’ biological samples.
- PhD or MD-PhD degree in immunology or related fields.
- Ability and willingness to work in an interdisciplinary research field.
- Good oral and written skills in English. Knowledge of French.
The following skills:
- Cellular and molecular biology, cell imaging and/or immunohistology, flow cytometry, work with in vivo rodent models.
- To work in a multidisciplinary context.
- To critically review and summarize knowledge in specific areas.
- To develop study protocols and plan research.
- To analyze data and to write ad hoc reports independently.
- To efficiently communicate and disseminate results.
- To manage ongoing research projects, including data management and interaction with participants and colleagues. To coach young Master/PhD students.
Salary will follow CHUV’s scale based on diplomas and work experience.
Applications should include a motivation letter, a CV and the names and email addresses of 2-3 referees.
Interested candidates should contact Dr D. Golshayan