We are looking for post-doctoral scientists with research experience in the areas of immunology and virology to participate in research projects on HIV prevention and complete cure. Technologies of novel humanized mouse models, gene therapy vectors, RNAi and stem cells are used in this work. (Representative work: Neff CP et al Science Translational Medicine 3:66ra6, 2011, Neff CP et al PLoS One 6(6) e20209, 2011, Zhou J et al Molecular Ther. 19:2228-38, 2011, Veselinovic et al Virology 432:505-510, 2012, Palmer et al J Immunol. 190:211-219, 2013). Must have an earned PhD in molecular virology, immunology or a directly related field and show evidence of immunology and/or virology research experience.
Selected candidates are expected to be familiar with virology & molecular biology techniques, animal experimentation and immunology techniques such as FACS. Prior experience in HIV research is particularly desirable.
Please send a resume/curriculum vitae and letter of application together with a list of 3 references to the email address below. Please apply before June 10, 2013 for full consideration although applications will be accepted until suitable candidates are identified. Please send a letter of application together with a list of 3 references to the email addresses below. References will not be contacted without prior approval. The successful candidate must demonstrate U.S. employment eligibility at time of application; CSU will not provide visa sponsorship for this position. email@example.com Subject Line to State: Akkina Lab – Postdoctoral Position Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology Human Resources 1682 Campus Delivery College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Colorado State University Fort Collins, CO 80523-1682
Minimum Qualification: must have earned a PhD in molecular virology, immunology or directly related field
Experience: must have immunology and or virology research experience
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