Available positions



We are actively recruiting new members who share our interests in developing novel gene and cell therapies and investigating the role of immune regulation and immune tolerance.  We are part of a collaborative group at Stanford comprised of clinicians and scientists with backgrounds in immunology, pediatrics, stem cell biology, genetics, and molecular biology, aiming at improving people life by understanding disease mechanisms.



We are accepting Stanford Graduate students, both Masters and PhD students.  Incoming first year PhD students, please feel free to inquire about lab rotations.



We have an opening for a Life Science Research Professional (LSRP).  The candidate would join a collaborative team working to develop gene and cell therapies.  Responsibilities would include supporting and executing experiments in collaboration with the research team.  A primary task would be to contribute to the development of CRISPR-based therapies for the genetic autoimmune diseases, IPEX syndrome and IPEX-like syndrome.  Tasks would include using cell culture, flow cytometry, and mouse models to test the safety and efficacy of the gene therapy.  Required qualifications include a BS or MS in a related scientific field, relevant laboratory experience, and a firm understanding of principles of cell biology, genetics, molecular biology and immunology.  Additional desired qualifications include proficiency in cell culture, flow cytometry, and mouse colony maintenance, although on-the-job training in these techniques can be provided if necessary.  Interested candidates should contact Marija Vulfs at mvulfs@stanford.edu  AND Rosa Bacchetta at  rosab@stanford.edu



We regularly accept interns for mentored research projects, such as summer students, CIRM interns, medical students, and undergraduates.  Interns should have a strong work ethic, be available to invest significant time towards a research project, and possess a strong desire to gain research experience for a research-focused career.



Potential postdocs should send a CV and cover letter expressing their particular interests.  

Open Postdoctoral position

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