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A postdoctoral fellow position is available in the Immune Monitoring and Diagnosis Lab, Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), led by Dr. Carsten Krieg. The successful candidate will utilize state-of-the-art single cell transcriptomic and proteomic platforms, such as RNAseq and mass cytometry, and computational approaches to study the composition, mechanistic interactions and social networks during the immunotherapy of cancer.
Founded in 1824, The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) continues the tradition of excellence in education, research and patient care. MUSC educates and trains more than 3,000 students and 700 residents in six colleges and has nearly 13,000 employees, including approximately 1,500 faculty members. MUSC provides academic health science to the 5 million inhabitants in the state of South Carolina, the university and its affiliates have collective annual budgets in excess of $2.4 billion, with an annual economic impact of nearly $4 billion and annual research funding in excess of $250 million. MUSC operates a 700-bed medical center, which includes a nationally recognized children’s hospital, the NCI-designated Hollings Cancer Center, a Level I trauma center, Institute of Psychiatry, more than 100 outreach locations across the state, and South Carolina’s only transplant center.