Understanding adaptive immunity at high resolution

We are hiring!

Post-doc position available

We are actively seeking an Immunology post-doc to join our group based in either Flagstaff or Phoenix, Arizona. Our lab uses using transcriptomics, single cell analysis and highly-multiplexed peptide assays to generate system-level insights into human adaptive immune responses. We have ongoing projects that focus on immunity to viruses, cancer, tuberculosis and alloantigens.

The successful applicant will have a solid grasp of cellular and molecular immunology and genomics, and has ideally worked with genome-scale data in the past.


If you are interested, email your CV and a statement of interest to jaltin (at) tgen.org.

Projects

Cancer

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Tuberculosis

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Transplantation

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Citizen Science

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What is your immune system seeing?

MyImmunity is a Citizen Science project that aims to study immune memory across diverse human and viral populations. In the process, we aim to help participants learn about their personal immune memory and how it changes over time.

Technology

MHC-PepSeq

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Coming soon!

Single T cell genomics

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Coming soon!

This is us!

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At 10,000' in the San Francisco Peaks north of Flagstaff. July, 2019.

Contact Us

TGen

3051 W Shamrell Blvd, Flagstaff, Arizona 86001, United States

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