Postdoctoral/Senior Postdoctoral Fellow Positions

Four postdoctoral positions are available immediately at Georgia Cancer Center’s Center for Immuno-Oncology in the field of basic and translational research in cancer immunology and Immunotherapy.
The positions available are in the following areas of investigations:

  1. CD8 Biology, CD4 Plasticity, and T cell Receptor Signaling
  2. Rational Combination Immunotherapy Design
  3. Inflammation and Immunology and Obesity & Cancer

For potential candidates, please contact: Dr. Samir N. Khleif at

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Postdoc position (Norwegian Cancer Society)

One Postdoc position (Norwegian Cancer Society) is available for a period of three years, from June 2016. This is a shared position at the Section for Cancer Immunology/IKF (Smeland/Myklebust) and Section for Cellular Therapy /KKT (Kvalheim), Radiumhospitalet-OUS.

The Section for Cellular therapy is home to one of Europe’s biggest and most modern GMP facilities for cellular products and also provides cellular products for industry trials abroad. The section counts 35 employees and the research focus of the translational research team at the section is the development of new immunotherapy treatments for cancer. This includes the pre-clinical and clinical development and testing of improved cancer vaccines and adoptive T cell therapy.

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Postdoc at Roskilde Hospital

Position as postdoc and research coordinator at Klinisk Biokemisk Afdeling, Roskilde Sygehus, Copenhagen Universitetshospital, Region Sjælland.

A three year position as postdoc and coordinator of research projects at Klinisk Biokemisk Afdeling, Roskilde Sygehus, Købehavns Universitetshospital, Region Sjælland, is available for start at 01.05.2016 or soon after. Application deadline 21/3-2016.

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15 positions as PhD in Immunotherapy of Cancer

15 positions as Early Stage Researcher (PhD student) in the field of Immunotherapy of Cancer.

Description: IMMUTRAIN is a research network of nine academic research groups and five industrial partners in nine European countries. The joint goal is to train the next generation of scientists in the field of immunotherapy of cancer. The research objective of IMMUTRAIN is to enhance the efficacy of antibody-based tumor therapies through combination with other immunotherapeutic approaches. Please find further information at

Application deadline is March 4th 2016

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Postdoc position at Karolinska Institutet

There is a position open for Postdoctoral studies in basic human basophil research of importance for allergy and chronic kidney disease (scholarship)
Karolinska Institutet, Institutionen för medicin, Solna, Clinical Immunology and Allergy Unit.

Deadline for application is February 16th 2016.

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