NIH-funded Postdoctoral Fellow
Postdoctoral Position in T regulatory cells, Autoimmunity, and Microbiome
An NIH-funded postdoctoral position is currently available immediately to study cellular and molecular mechanisms governing the differentiation and function of CD4 T lymphocytes and their role in immunity and tolerance—with a particular focus on autoimmunity.
The applicant must have recently completed a PhD or equivalent in Immunology, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Genetics, or a related field. The ideal candidate will be highly motivated and have expertise in flow cytometry, cell culture, molecular biology, and mouse handling. Cytokine signaling, epigenetic mechanisms of gene regulation, protein-protein interactions, and sequencing would be highly beneficial. The research goal is to identify mechanisms underlying transforming gowth factor-b (TGF-b) and aryl hydrocarbon receptor (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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