Department of Bioinformatics job at UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX

The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Lyda Hill Department of Bioinformatics invites applications at the level of Instructor.  Research in the department spans all levels of modern molecular and cellular biology from molecules to model organisms. Recruits will have unparalleled access to state-of-the-art core facilities and infrastructure.

Applicants must have a Ph.D., M.D. or equivalent degree and postdoctoral research training and/or previous research experience in Bioinformatics.

The responsibilities include but not limited to: 1) design and carry out in vivo experiments to investigate the immunotherapy targets predicted from bioinformatics approaches and from literature; 2) design and produce fusion-protein bi-specific antibodies targeting multiple cell surface proteins for maximized therapeutic effects; 3) design and perform novel high-throughput screening platforms to profile antigen-specific cytotoxic or regulatory T cells; 4) mentor and supervise junior lab members to perform immunology experiments; 5) independently write manuscript and publish the research data; 6) work with the PI to apply for extramural grants from national agencies or private foundations; 7) engage in collaborations with other biologists/clinicians on campus and outside UT Southwestern by presenting data, writing summaries/reports and troubleshooting.

Please apply online and upload a Curriculum Vitae, research plan (3-page limit), and three letters of recommendation at (Job ID 589824).

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