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The Petter Brodin’s research group located at Science for Life Laboratory-Stockholm is a part of the Unit of Clinical Pediatrics, which is a broad, multi-disciplinary unit at the Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, Karolinska Institutet. The group develops and applies experimental and computational research methods for systems-level analyses of the human immune system. The aim of the team is to understand immune systems’ variation in health and disease and the regulatory mechanisms underlying such variation and adaptation to environmental influences. Another important focus is the development of immune systems in early life. The group is half experimental and half computational, with an interdisciplinary environment.

The Brodin lab is looking to hire a postdoc responsible for the processing of samples and acquisition of data by Mass cytometry. The work is hands-on in the laboratory and involves sample preparation, antibody coupling to rare-earth metal probes, reagent preparations and running of the liquid handling robotic platform for sample preparation and acquisition of samples by mass cytometry. This position is full time employment, 40h week.

This position is part of a joint collaboration between the two largest research programs in Sweden, the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP) and the SciLifeLab and Wallenberg National Program for Data-Driven Life Science (DDLS), with the ultimate goal of solving ground-breaking research questions across disciplines.

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