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Post Doctoral Associate
Job Number: 2021-38284
Category: Post Doc
Location: Worcester, MA
Shift: Day
Exempt/Non-Exempt: Exempt
Business Unit: UMass Med School
Department: School - Molecular Medicine - Diabetes - W400950
Job Type: Full-Time
Salary Grade: 86
Union Code: Non Union Position-W63-Residents/Post Docs
Num. Openings: 1
Post Date: Sept. 16, 2021

We are seeking an outstanding individual for a fully funded postdoctoral position in the laboratories of Dale Greiner, Ph.D. and Michael Brehm, Ph.D. Our laboratories are developing a number of cutting-edge humanized mouse models to study type 1 diabetes.

Our research interests include; 1) effector functions of human autoreactive T cells, 2) interactions between autoreactive T cells and human pancreatic beta cells and 3) identifying immune therapeutics that suppress the destruction of human beta cells by autoreactive T cells. To address these interests, we use a number of approaches including immunological, cellular, molecular and genomic. In addition to learning multidisciplinary approaches to study human type 1 diabetes, the candidate will have opportunities for career development in both academic and private sectors.

To Apply:
Interested candidates should email a cover letter, CV, and 3 references to: Michael Brehm at

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