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Bioinformatician / Senior Bioinformatician
Alchemab Therapeutics Ltd
Great opportunity to work at an AIRR-seq startup in the UK.

See more here: https://www.linkedin.com/company/alchemab-therapeutics-ltd/jobs/

Link: https://www.linkedin.com/company/alchemab-therapeutics-ltd/jobs/
Postdoctoral Position in Antibody Discovery Technologies
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
The Georgiev Laboratory and the Program in Computational Microbiology and Immunology (https://www.vumc.org/ig-lab/) has an opening for a postdoctoral position in the area of antibody discovery. We are looking for creative individuals who have a keen interest in the development of innovative technologies for antibody discovery and their application to diverse areas of biomedical significance, including infectious diseases, cancer, and autoimmunity. A strong background in relevant research areas, such as microfluidics, single-cell sequencing, B cell immunology, protein production, structural biology, and/or bioinformatics will be a plus. This position will offer an outstanding opportunity to build a unique skillset at the interface of immunology and computational science, with an emphasis on efforts that have a high potential for ground-breaking discoveries for therapeutic, vaccine, and platform technology development. Exceptional candidates who are interested in joining our fast-paced collaborative environment should send a cover letter and a current CV to Ivelin Georgiev, ivelin.georgiev@vumc.org.
Postdoctoral Associate Position (Computational Immunology)
Yale School of Medicine
The Kleinstein Lab (Yale School of Medicine, Department of Pathology) is seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral associate in computational immunology. The successful candidates will work in a highly collaborative environment on systems-level human immune profiling studies. For interested candidates, there are opportunities for computational methods development related to high-throughput BCR repertoire analysis (including single cell RNA-seq + BCR) and multi-omics data integration.

Several ongoing projects involve profiling the immune response in COVID-19, including a large cohort of ~1000 hospitalized patients as part of the NIH IMPACC network. Other biological areas of focus include Influenza vaccination, Lyme disease and West Nile Virus infection as part of the NIH HIPC (https://immuneprofiling.org), as well as autoimmune disease. Major data types include transcriptional profiling (single-cell and bulk), along with B cell receptor and T cell receptor repertoire (single-cell and bulk).

The Kleinstein lab pairs big data analyses with immunological expertise to better understand how the dynamic processes of the immune system affect the course of infection, vaccination and autoimmunity. The lab has developed many widely used analysis methods for high-throughput immune profiling data, particularly transcriptomic and B cell receptor repertoire sequencing data (https://medicine.yale.edu/lab/kleinstein/software). We currently make available the Immcantation tool suite (http://immcantation.org), a start-to-finish analytical ecosystem for high-throughput adaptive immune receptor repertoire sequencing (AIRR-seq) datasets.


Yale University is an affirmative Acton/Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes applications from women, persons with disabilities, protected veterans and member of minority groups.
Link: https://medicine.yale.edu/lab/kleinstein/
Postdoctoral Fellow in B cell and Plasma Cell Biology
Emory University
Several postdoctoral openings are available in the laboratories of Drs. Iñaki Sanz and Eun-Hyung Lee at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta. The research areas associated with these positions include: heterogeneity and molecular regulation of human B cell and Plasma Cells; contribution of B cells and Plasma Cells to human disease with emphasis on autoimmune disorders, vaccine responses, allergy and transplantation; B cells in autoimmune responses triggered by checkpoint blockade therapied for cancer; and immune responses to COVID-19.

The Lee and Sanz laboratories are very well funded through multiple NIH grants, the Gates Foundation and the Lowance Center for Human Immunology endowment. Studies are highly collaborative with multiple departments and centers at Emory, including the Department of Microbiology and Immunology; The Emory Vaccine Center; the Winship Cancer Center and the Department of Pediatrics. Many studies are conducted as part of the Autoimmunity Centers of Excellence network for which Dr. Sanz serves as co-leader. We also participate in multiple studies of autoimmunity and transplantation supported by the Immune Tolerance Network.

Competitive candidates for these positions will have an MD, PhD or equivalent terminal degree with expertise in Immunology, Genomics, Epigenetics, Computational Biology or other relevant areas.

Positions are immediately available. Qualified candidates should send their CV, a short description of research interests and career plans and three letters of recommendation to: Iñaki Sanz, MD and/or Eun-Hyung Lee, MD to: ignacio.sanz@emory.edu; f.e.lee@emory.edu

Emory University is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer. Women, minorities, people with disabilities and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.
Postdoctoral Fellow in B cell and Plasma Cell Biology
Emory University
Several postdoctoral openings are available in the laboratories of Drs. Iñaki Sanz and Eun-Hyung Lee at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta. The research areas associated with these positions include: heterogeneity and molecular regulation of human B cell and Plasma Cells; contribution of B cells and Plasma Cells to human disease with emphasis on autoimmune disorders, vaccine responses, allergy and transplantation; B cells in autoimmune responses triggered by checkpoint blockade therapied for cancer; and immune responses to COVID-19.

The Lee and Sanz laboratories are very well funded through multiple NIH grants, the Gates Foundation and the Lowance Center for Human Immunology endowment. Studies are highly collaborative with multiple departments and centers at Emory, including the Department of Microbiology and Immunology; The Emory Vaccine Center; the Winship Cancer Center and the Department of Pediatrics. Many studies are conducted as part of the Autoimmunity Centers of Excellence network for which Dr. Sanz serves as co-leader. We also participate in multiple studies of autoimmunity and transplantation supported by the Immune Tolerance Network.

Competitive candidates for these positions will have an MD, PhD or equivalent terminal degree with expertise in Immunology, Genomics, Epigenetics, Computational Biology or other relevant areas.

Positions are immediately available. Qualified candidates should send their CV, a short description of research interests and career plans and three letters of recommendation to: Iñaki Sanz, MD and/or Eun-Hyung Lee, MD to: ignacio.sanz@emory.edu; f.e.lee@emory.edu

Emory University is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer. Women, minorities, people with disabilities and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.
Faculty Position in Immunology (Staff Scientist or Research Assistant Professor)
Emory University
The Lowance Center is looking for scientists in different areas of Human Immunology. These positions are based in the laboratories of Drs. Iñaki Sanz and Eun-Hyung Lee, in the Divisions of Rheumatology and Pulmonary, respectively. The research areas human B cell and Plasma Cells in human disease with emphasis on autoimmune disorders, vaccine responses, allergy and transplantation; B cells in autoimmune responses triggered by checkpoint blockade therapies in cancer patients; and immune responses to COVID-19 infection and vaccination.

These positions are funded through multiple NIH grants, the Gates Foundation and the Lowance Center for Human Immunology endowment. Studies are highly collaborative with multiple departments and centers at Emory, including the Department of Microbiology and Immunology; The Emory Vaccine Center; the Winship Cancer Center and the Department of Pediatrics. Many studies are conducted as part of national netwroks including the the Autoimmunity Centers of Excellence and the newly established Seronet Network for the study of COVID infection and vaccination in Cancer and Autoimmunity.

Competitive candidates will have an MD, PhD or equivalent terminal degree and substantial postdoctoral experience and productivity in Immunology, Genomics, Epigenetics, Computational Biology or other relevant areas. Other qualifications include the ability to collaborate with other scientists, mentor and supervise postdocs and research staff. Scientific writing skills are also critical. Appointments will be provided as either Staff Scientist or Research Assistant Professor as appropriate to qualifications.

Positions are immediately available. Qualified candidates should send their CV, a short description of research interests and career plans and three letters of recommendation to: Iñaki Sanz, MD and/or Eun-Hyung Lee, MD to: ignacio.sanz@emory.edu; f.e.lee@emory.edu
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Computer science position for an interoperable multi-omics database implementation aiming at online integrative analysis
Sorbonne Université
Job description:
The i3 laboratory (www.i3-immuno.fr) is seeking to recruit 1 computer scientist (Engineer, MSc or PhD) with interest high-throughput data analysis and management in the field of immunology.
This position is supported by a H2020 research grant program and benefit from a ANR research grant:
• iReceptorPlus is an H2020 grant aimed facilitating sharing of genomic and health Data, with a focus on Adaptive Immune Receptor Repertoire (AIRR) data (www.ireceptor-plus.com) ;
• Transimmunom is a Laboratory of Excellence aimed at deep phenotyping of 1000 patients with various AIDs (www.transimmunom.fr);
We are seeking one computer scientist for improving, developing, implementing and connecting a multi-omics database to the AIRR Data Commons, an international network of AIRR repositories. Tasks will include database specification in strong collaboration with bioinformaticians and biologists as well as interoperability of the database with the iReceptor Analysis Web Portal in strong collaboration with the partners of the project.
The laboratory is offering an interdisciplinary environment, including biologists, immunologists, clinicians, computer scientist and bioinformaticians. The current IT infrastructure core services rely on Hyper‐V, Windows Servers 2012, and OpenStack, Active Directory, SharePoint Foundation 2013 & SQL Server 2012 hosted in the i3 laboratory. The candidate will be based in the i3 laboratory located on the Pitié‐Salpêtrière hospital campus in Paris (13ème).
Candidate profile:
A MSc or PhD is required in either computer science or bioinformatics. Significant experience with database design and development in an SQL and/or MongoDB environment are required. Experience with Service Oriented Architectures and the development of Web Services are desired. Experience with R tools and coding languages (Python, C++), as well as high throughput data analysis, management and integration will be highly appreciated.
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