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Deadline: 01 Apr 2023

Post Doctoral Position towards immune therapies using iPS cell derived CAR NK cells  

Join us to address fundamental questions in the area of stem cell development and differentiation, with a strong focus on development of novel therapies in the treatment of cancer. We are developing iPS cell derived CAR NK cells to target solid tumors and leukemias. We are located in a highly ranked international research institute with an outstanding scientific expertise, a strong translational focus, and in an environment recognizing the value of work/life balance. 

Niels-Bjarne Woods Laboratory at the Lund Stem Cell center. 

Many former PhD students and Postdocs have achieved excellent positions within academia and industry which is in part can be attributed to the high ambitions and scientific strengths of these lab members, but which is also attributed to the level of support that my lab and the center has provided them. Congratulations to them all!


Applicants should hold a PhD degree. Experience is required in at least one of the following areas: 1) developmental hematopoiesis and immune cells, 2) immunity and NK cell biology, or 3) cancer cell biology.  Experience in pluripotent stem cell biology is an asset. Familiarity with in vitro and in vivo hematopoietic assays is desirable.  Familiarity with cancer disease models is also desirable. Experience in gene transfer and genetic engineering, eg lentiviral vector transduction or CrsprCas is an asset. Applicants should have a track record in their field with publications and conference contributions. Please include in your application; a cover letter, a full CV, and at least 2 individuals who can be contacted as references. Please send your application to :  


There are three (3) PostDoc scholar positions available. Salary funding will be provided for 2 years (continuation beyond 2 years ispossible). 

Lund Stem Cell Center

The Lund Stem Cell Center is a strategic center of excellence in life science with a strong international position in the areas of hematopoiesis and neurobiology. We offer a stimulating and highly interactive international scientific environment consisting of more than 40 research groups and almost 200 people under "one roof”, investigating different aspects of stem cell biology and hematopoiesis. The working language is English.

For more information of Woods group and the Stem Cell Center please see:

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