The primary role for this position is to support the planning and execution of a multidisciplinary effort to identify novel regulators of T cell fate in mouse models of acute infection. This individual will:
The successful candidate will be a results-focused and team-oriented able to excel in a fast-track environment. She or he must be self-motivated, detail-oriented and exhibit strong problem solving skills. In addition, the successful candidate should be a clear and effective communicator, demonstrating strong interpersonal skills to enable collaboration with project teams, peers, and management in achieving research goals.
This person knows how to get things done. This includes having superb time management skills and the versatility, ability to negotiate difficult situations, flexibility, and a willingness to work in a fast paced organization with constantly changing priorities.
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