The Anandasabapathy lab in tissue and tumor immunology is seeking an organized, motivated, creative and enthusiastic scientist with excellent interpersonal and communication skills to join us in investigate the behavior of T cells in tissue and tumor, and key regulatory axis through Dendritic Cells. The laboratory focus ranges from very basic, to very translational bench research, and can include a significant computational and systems immunology approach with collaborators. You will join an outstanding, collaborative, and supportive group within the Meyer Cancer Center, the Englander Institute for Precision Medicine, the Department of Dermatology, and the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Weill Cornell Medicine. We are located in an exceptional research hub in New York City with access to the most cutting-edge technologies and many opportunities for collaboration with our colleagues at Weill Cornell Medicine and surrounding research centers (MSKCC, HSS and Rockefeller University). Our group performs research at the interface of tissue, tumor, and vaccine immunology. Our overarching goal is to identify processes that optimize immune responses for application to the design of novel cancer immunotherapy and vaccination strategies.