Postdoctoral Scientist Innate Immunity/Host-Pathogen interactions
Postdoctoral Scientist Innate Immunity/Host-Pathogen interactions
Postdoctoral Scientist Innate Immunity/Host-Pathogen interactions

Website Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

Biomedical & Health Sciences

An NIH funded postdoctoral position at Rutgers Medical School in New Jersey within the Center of Immunity and Inflammation is available. The laboratory investigates host-pathogen interactions, including studies on Staphylococcus aureus and Acinetobacter baumannii. Projects include analysis of the type I and III interferon pathways, innate immune signaling including inflammasome activation, influenza co-infection, utilization of humanized mouse models and understanding bacterial factors involved in pathogenesis. The successful applicant will have a PhD and/or MD/PhD with substantial experience in standard molecular biology methods; cell culture, FACS and mouse studies. A strong background in immunology and/or microbiology is essential. Applicants will be expected to eventually obtain independent funding. The laboratory of Dr Dane Parker is currently at Columbia University and is moving to Rutgers in 2018. See publications at http://tinyurl.com/oeg9wwa or daneparkerlab.com.

To apply for this job email your details to dp2375@cumc.columbia.edu

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