MD Anderson Cancer Center Senior Research Scientist - Immunology in Houston, Texas

The goal of of the department of Immunology is to perform multidisciplinary research and educational activities in basic and cancer immunology.

The salary range is min $ 59,200 mid $ 74,000 max $ 88,800.


Research Projects:

  1. Independently plans, organizes, coordinates, directs and participates in scientific research projects.

  2. Organizes and analyzes data from the different clinical trials to be

presented at different meetings.

  1. Assigns and reviews work of subordinates.

  2. Attends day-to-day meetings pertaining to the Immunotherapy

Platform and informs superior about meeting outcomes.

  1. Supervises the design, development, or adapting of equipment used in experiments or research to obtain desired results. Plans and

supervises the training of technicians and other laboratory personnel

with respect to proper laboratory techniques, the use of laboratory

equipment, and safety procedures.

  1. Other duties as assigned

Flow Analysis:

  1. Optimizes and establishes new immunomonitoring technologies

(such as Cytometry by time-of-fight or Cytof, UV-mediated ligand

exchange of peptide-MHC class I complexes.) to be used at the

Immunotherapy Platform.

  1. Monitors patients' tissues (blood and tumor) using cutting edge

technologies including flow cytometry (18 colors), high order ELISPOT

(3 colors or more), serum analysis using protein/eptide microarrays,


Standard Operating Procedures:

Writes SOP's to be used in the lab.


Required: PhD in Natural Science, related field or medical degree.


Required: Five years of experience in experimental or scientific work.

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