Available immediately for highly motivated and independent scientist with a background and track record in systems immunology and expertise in managing and analyzing high-throughput biological data including flow cytometry, TCR seq, RNAseq, and single-cell RNA-seq. Central to our lab mission is an in-depth exploration of the basic mechanisms of immune response to leukemia after immunotherapy and bone marrow transplantation with a focus on clinical translation. The candidate will utilize systems biology approaches to explore mechanism of T cell dysfunction in a highly collaborative atmosphere with engaged basic and translational colleagues. Opportunities to initiate and lead projects are plentiful. Our work is published in leading journals and we are part of a large and vibrant cancer immunology and immunotherapy research community at Johns Hopkins. Qualifications: Recent PhD degree in biological, computational discipline or related fields with strong quantitative training or experience. Relevant expertise includes: a) demonstrated proficiency (publications) with common bioinformatic tools and software; b) experience with computational analysis of high-dimensional flow cytometric data; c) ability to analyze data from range of genomic techniques, including RNA-seq, single cell RNA-seq and TCRseq; c) strong programming skills; d) ability to perform analyses with minimal guidance but with attention to detail and an analytical aptitude. The lab takes a team science approach so being a good team player is important as well. We will also consider applications from individuals with an Msc (or equivalent degree) with a particularly strong background. Salary/Benefits: Successful candidates will be offered competitive salary commensurate with experience and institutional guidelines. The start date is immediate (but flexible depending on mutual agreement), and the position is open until filled. Applications will be reviewed and considered as they are received. To Apply: Interested applicants should send a current CV, contact information for three references, and a brief statement on their previous research experience and future goals via e-mail to Dr. Leo Luznik, (firstname.lastname@example.org). Department of Oncology/Division of Hematologic Malignancies, Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, MD. USA.