The Su Lab is broadly interested in the crosstalk between the microbial environment and T cell immunity. In particular, we study how prior T cell interaction with commensal microbes alter T cell differentiation and function. We utilize single-cell transcriptomic analyses, epigenetic profiling, TCR sequencing, and high-dimensional imaging approaches to directly interrogate healthy and diseased states using primary human samples.
We are looking for individuals with coding expertise and familiarity with biology. Successful applicant will work in close collaboration with experimental scientists and play an integral part in the high throughput NGS project design and data analysis. This position will incorporate a wide range of skills, including data analyses and management, algorithm and pipeline development. The applicant is also expected to train lab members in basic computational biology/bioinformatics data analysis and interpretation. If interested, there will also be opportunities for experimental science.
To apply, please send your curriculum vitae and a cover letter with a statement of research and technical experience by e-mail to Dr. Laura Su at firstname.lastname@example.org.