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Postdoctoral Positions in Antiviral and Antitumor Immunology

Princess Margaret Cancer Center / University of Toronto

We have multiple funded positions available to study the mechanisms of anti-viral and anti-tumor immunity that lead to virus persistence and tumor formation and the development of immunotherapies to eliminate these diseases. Among the interests in the laboratory are to explore the interplay between chronic inflammation and immunosuppression and how the myriad of cytokine networks, regulatory cells and signaling pathways combine to modulate the innate and adaptive immune responses in chronic disease.

Candidates must be highly motivated, possess excellent communication skills (both verbal and written) and should have publications in immunologic, cancer and/or virologic journals.

Candidates should be graduating or recently graduated with a PhD or MD.  Excellent salary and benefits will be provided.

Applicants should respond by email with a curriculum vitae and brief description of research interests to:


David Brooks, Ph.D.
Scotiabank Research Chair in inflammation
Senior Scientist, Princess Margaret Cancer Center
Associate Professor, Department of Immunology, University of Toronto
Toronto, Canada
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