Prospective Trainees

The Hill Lab is an inclusive community of researchers that welcomes trainees of all levels, backgrounds, and interests. We believe that our collective strength stems from our individual differences, and that together we can achieve great things! We have ample experience training individuals in multiple scientific techniques and research approaches including:

Wet lab:

  • Immunologic assays (multidimensional flow cytometry, cell sorting, ELISA, immunohistochemistry, etc)
  • 'Omic assays (single cell and bulk RNA-seq, CHIP-seq, ATAC-seq, proteomics, etc.)
  • Mouse disease models (transgenic mice, allergy and obesity disease models, bone marrow chimeras, adoptive transfers, etc.)
  • Human immunology (human flow cytometry, molecular biology, genomics, etc.)

Dry lab:

  • Bioinformatic analyses of 'omic datasets
  • Clinical epidemiology (cohort generation, analysis, chart review, etc.)

Potential rotation projects include:

  • Studies of T cell antigen specificity in the context of allergic disease
  • Studies of macrophages-derived miRNAs in the context of allergy and obesity
  • Studies of extracellular vesicle (EV) -mediated immune cell communication

If you are interested in meeting to discuss a rotation or position in the lab, please drop us an email: HillLab@chop.edu