Postdoctoral Associate, Cancer Immunity @ MGH Garris Lab

February 23, 2022


The Garris Lab in the Center for Systems Biology at the Massachusetts General Hospital,  Harvard Medical School ( ) is looking for curious and driven  postdoctoral research fellows who want to investigate the biology of dendritic cells in cancer  growth and response to therapy. Ideal candidates should have a background in immunology  research or cancer biology, with expertise in cell culture, flow cytometry, and in vivo mouse  models. This position is funded for at least 2 years through a T32 training grant.  


Postdoctoral fellows will design and execute laboratory research in support of the lab’s mission  to investigate immune mechanisms of tumor rejection. Creative thinkers who are willing to take  risks and define important unmet problems in cancer research are encouraged to apply.  Candidates will receive a high degree of hands on mentoring, and will be encouraged to apply  for their own grants with the eventual goal of the fellow launching their independent research  career. 


A Ph.D., M.D., or M.D./Ph.D. is required, with experience in immunology or cancer biology.  This position is full time. To apply, please send your CV, a short summary of your prior research  accomplishments, and your list of career goals to Christopher Garris at