Postdoctoral Fellowship, Inflammation Biology Section of the Laboratory of Molecular Immunology
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
National Institutes of Health
Bethesda, Maryland USA
The Inflammation Biology Section of the Laboratory of Molecular Immunology is seeking postdoctoral fellow to contribute to its investigations of the chemokine system in health and disease. Current projects focus on using the chemokine system to understand the molecular pathways controlling the extravasation of human lymphocytes into inflamed tissue, the differentiation of human CD4+ T cells, and the pathophysiology of type 17 inflammatory disease. We are also interested in using the chemokine system for clinical imaging in cancer and inflammation. In consultation with the principal investigator, new members of the section will design independent projects related to these areas. For additional information, please see the Inflammation Biology Section website.
Applicants must be completing or should have completed a Ph.D., M.D., or D.V.M. Candidates with experience in immunology will be preferred. U.S. citizenship is not required (visa requirements apply).
Interested individuals should submit a one-page cover letter with a description of their research interests and future directions along with a curriculum vitae to Joshua M. Farber, email@example.com.
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