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Postdoctoral Fellow, Genomics and Immunology - Rozenblatt-Rosen, Thakore and Freimer-labs

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29d ago

🚀 Off-cycle Internship

San Francisco

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  • You must have a PhD in immunology, genetics, or related field, experience with T cell biology and genomics technologies, published first-author paper, proficient in genomics data analysis and R/Python, and possess strong communication and collaborative skills.
  • You will use genomics technologies to dissect immune cell circuits, analyze data, collaborate with experts, and contribute to high-impact publications and presentations.

Off-cycle Internship

Research & Development, ScienceSan Francisco


  • We are seeking a highly motivated researcher for a joint Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Rozenblatt-Rosen, Thakore, and Freimer labs in the Cell and Tissue Genomics department at Genentech. We are looking for a creative and passionate scientist who has a strong interest in developing and applying cutting-edge genomics technologies (e.g. single cell omics, high-content imaging, perturbations, etc) to advance our understanding of gene regulatory mechanisms that guide immune cell function.


  • Candidates must have a PhD in immunology, genetics, molecular or cellular biology, computational biology, bioengineering, or a related biological or biomedical science.
  • Experience with primary immune cells, specifically T cell biology.
  • Experience with genomics technologies, including perturbation screens, single-cell omics/multiomics, and/or high content imaging is highly desired.
  • Experience with genomics data analysis (e.g. single-cell/bulk RNA-seq, ATAC-seq, etc) and R/Python.
  • Have advanced at least one key research project as evidenced by a first-author paper published or accepted in a respected peer-reviewed journal.
  • Have excellent communication skills and a collaborative and collegial mindset.

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities

Research & Development


  • The candidate will deploy advanced genomics technologies to dissect complex cell circuits that drive immune cell fate in physiological and disease contexts. The candidate will also analyze high-dimensional profiling and screening data to extract biological insights, leveraging existing computational workflows or developing novel ones. The candidate will collaborate closely with scientists of diverse expertise, including immunology, genomics, and computational biology.
  • The applicant will have access to our cutting-edge research campus, equipped with the most advanced biomedical, experimental, and computational technologies. Scientific insights resulting from this research are expected to be presented at scientific conferences and published in high-impact journals.


Work type

Full time

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San Francisco