This is a postdoctoral position to conduct research and teaching in immunology.

Position in the group of Cristina López-Rodríguez and Jose Aramburu (, studying myeloid cells infiltrating tumors and the adipose tissue, and their impact in health. Focus on identifying transcription mechanisms that control inflammatory responses.

Teaching activities include hands-on teaching in the subject of Immunology in the degrees of Medicine and Human Biology, with a maximum of 100 hours for each academic year.

The candidate should have a solid academic background in Biomedicine or similar, a doctoral thesis oriented to immunology or inflammation, and ideally teaching experience in Immunology.

The following aspects will be valued for this position: experience working with mouse models of human disease, experience isolating and characterizing primary cells of the immune system, experience with RNA quantification by RT-qPCR, familiarity with multicolor and spectral flow cytometry and cell sorting, and experience with statistical analysis with GraphPad.

We will also value an advanced level of communication (written and spoken) in English, experience supervising master or PhD students, and previous involvement in preparing drafts for scientific publications and grants.

If you are interested, please send an e-mail to, indicating the code of this call in the subject, and the DNI or Passport in your message. Please include your curriculum, a motivation letter covering the aspects that will be considered during the selection process (see avobe), and the contact (phone and email) of two principal investigators from whom references could be requested.

This call will be open until the 31st of October, 2023Further information:

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