Position -Immunology Scientist


Immunai was founded in December 2018. We are a multidisciplinary team of immunologists, genomics technologists, computer scientists, engineers, mathematicians and operators singularly focused on solving an audacious challenge. Backed by some of the leading scientific minds in immunology, oncology, and single cell genomics, we are up for the challenge.

Immunai has begun the process of mapping millions of immune cells and their functions in order to build a proprietary data set for clinical immunological data. The immune system mapping will play an important role in boosting R&D efforts in developing targeted therapies for different diseases. Because of the complexity of the immune system and the difficulty to anticipate how drugs will affect each cell, our increased understanding can be used to boost clinical response to different cellular therapies.

Immunai’s mission is to map the immune system with neural networks and transfer learning techniques informed by deep immunology knowledge. We developed the tools and knowhow to help every immuno-oncology and cell therapy researcher excel at their job. This helps increase the speed in which drugs are developed and brought to market by elucidating their mechanisms of action and resistance.

Location - NY, US.


We are seeking an exceptionally motivated individual to join our team of talented researchers in a highly collaborative startup environment at the intersection of immunology, AI and new genomic technologies. This position offers an opportunity to work on a diverse set of projects related to human immunology, with a focus on cancer immunology and autoimmunity In support of multiple projects. The successful candidate will be committed to:

  • Work with the team to plan project requirements and timelines
  • Perform specific literature reviews, while simultaneously maintaining a broad understanding of the most current updates in the field, specifically as it related to immunotherapies, immunology, and single cell technologies
  • Document, compile, and assist with the interpretation of experimental data
  • Identify methodological challenges throughout the pipeline
  • Advise computational teams on matters of basic and clinical science
  • Curate bioinformatic platforms to reflect immunological insights


  • Ph.D., with at least 2 years of industry experience related to immunology, computational biology or oncology
  • Familiarity with basic molecular biology and NGS, specifically single-cell platforms
  • Experience dealing with a variety of NGS data types (single-cell or bulk RNAseq, microarray, whole genome sequencing)
  • Excellent or near-native English
  • Strong analytical skills, problem-solving ability, attention to details, and innovation aptitude
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively as part of a team
  • Excellent organization and time management skills, with an ability to multitask
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Basic coding knowledge, specifically R, is a distinct advantage

Desired Personal traits

  • You want to make an impact on humankind
  • You prioritize “We” over “I”
  • You enjoy getting things done - with super high quality
  • You collaborate effectively with people of diverse backgrounds and cultures
  • You have superior skills and experience, and constantly strive to be world-class in what you do
  • You constantly challenge your own assumptions, pushing for continuous improvement
  • You have a growth mindset
  • You take pride in owning crucial tasks and successfully executing them 
  • No problem is not your problem
  • You make decisions that favor the company, not yourself or your team
  • You strive for excellence, but accept other people’s mistakes and failures
  • You are candid, authentic and transparent
  • You are tenacious and optimistic


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