Joining the lab

Several Postdoc and PhD positions are available over the next few months - please email me with expressions of interest, including a CV.

We are looking for new group members with passion, talent, and grit! You will have the chance to work on grand challenges in the field immune regulation and tumour immunity. You will be involved in determining the important and interesting questions, designing and performing measurements, making discoveries and publishing findings.

Applications for Postdoctoral Fellowships

We are happy to consider postdoc applications if you are interested in bringing your work to the laboratory. Please send me an email stating briefly why you are interested in joining the group and attaching a CV.

We are well supported by a variety of external funding agencies, several of which provide support for postdoctoral fellowships. We are happy to support the most talented postdocotral researchers to apply for fellowships in the group. Please contact me if you’d like to discuss this route to joining the laboratory.

Master’s and Bachelor’s internships

If you are looking for a Masters project in the laboratory, contact me by email with a copy of your CV, a start and end date of the internship, and a brief statement of why you’d be interested in joining the laboratory.

Group Members

You’d be joining a friendly, motivated, and highly collaborative team in a leading research environment in the heart of Cambridge

Rahul Roychoudhuri, Principal Investigator. Email: rr257@cam.ac.uk.
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Jie Yang, Postdoctoral Scientist. Email: jy437@cam.ac.uk.
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Charlotte Imianowski, Postdoctoral Scientist. Email: cji27@cam.ac.uk.
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Sarah Whiteside, Postdoctoral Scientist. Email: sw925@cam.ac.uk.
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Alberto Conti, Doctoral scientist. Email: agc53@cam.ac.uk.
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Alexander Evans, Doctoral Scientist. Email: ace46@cam.ac.uk.
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Alexander Wesolowski, Doctoral Scientist. Email: ajw299@cam.ac.uk.
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Tarrion Baird, Doctoral scientist. Email: temb2@cam.ac.uk.
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Collaborators

We benefit from extensive interactions with reseachers in many different groups, including the following:

Klaus Okkenhaug (Pathology)

David Adams (Sanger)

Adrian Liston (Babraham)

Enrico Lugli (Humanitas, Milan)

Tim Halim (CRUK CI)

Suman Mitra (INSERM Lille)

Gosia Trynka (Sanger)

Facilities

The laboratory has access to the world-class research facilities of the University of Cambridge School of the Biological Sciences and the Department of Pathology, which provide state-of-the-art equipment, technical advice, and training. The facilities have an emphasis on quality and consistency and are vital in helping us deliver world-class research. Read more about Research Facilities at the School of the Biological Sciences, and Research Facilities at the Department of Pathology. The following are facilities we make frequent use of:

High-throughput sequencing (Pathology)

Genomics core facility (CRUK CI)

Flow cytometry (Pathology)

NIHR cell phenotyping hub (Cambridge)

University Biomedical Services (Cambridge)