NIH-funded PostDoc in AhR, Microbiome, and Autoimmunity
Postdoctoral Position in T regulatory cells, Autoimmunity, and Microbiome
An NIH-funded postdoctoral position is currently available immediately to study the influence of the environment on the cellular and molecular mechanisms governing the differentiation and function of CD4 T lymphocytes and their role in immunity and tolerance.
The applicant must have recently completed a PhD or equivalent in Immunology, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Genetics, or a related field. The ideal candidate will have expertise in flow cytometry, cell culture, molecular biology, mouse handling, cytokine signaling and epigenetic mechanisms of gene regulation as well as an interest in protein-protein interactions and the mechanisms underlying TGF-b and AhR-mediated regulation of T cell tolerance and autoimmunity. Expertise in bioinformatics is a plus.
The successful candidate will be joining a young, dynamic environment within the Center for Cellular and Molecular Immunology at the University of Missouri in Columbia.
Interested applicants should e-mail a cover letter, CV, summary of previous research experience, and three letters of references.
Susan C. McKarns, Associate Professor
Laboratory of TGF-b Biology, Epigenetics, and Cytokine Regulation (LTEC)
Center for Cellular & Molecular Immunology
Hugh E. Stephenson Jr. Department of Surgery and
Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology
University of Missouri School of Medicine
M616 Medical Sciences Bldg. | One Hospital Dr. | Columbia, MO 65212
Office: 573-884-1722 | Lab: 573-884-1651 | Fax: 573-882-4287
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