A creative and independent researcher / junior group leader able to embed yourself in the Department of Tumor Immunology.
You will collaborate on and actively seek out cross-disciplinary projects within the department and the larger Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences (RIMLS).
You will complement the existing research lines of PIs within the department, and open up a new synergistic direction within the department.
Potential topics of interest include but are not limited to : Role of T cells in cancer immunobiology and the tumor microenvironment in particular, development of novel therapeutic T cell mediated interventions exploiting chemical- Immunology approaches (ICI).
Candidates with a broad interest in tumor microenvironment and molecular mechanisms exploited by immune cells are also encouraged to apply.
Ideally, you have a background in fundamental and molecular immunology as well as omics based techniques, extensive experience with T cells both in murine model systems as well as in a human setting, to strengthen the departments profile on tumor immunology research.