Harvard Postdoctoral Fellow Position: Novel tech interface of HIV and Cell Biology
An NIH-funded position is available for an exceptionally talented, motivated, and hardworking postdoctoral fellow to investigate the mechanisms of HIV reactivation from latency using molecular biology, genetics, high-throughput sequencing, and biochemical techniques. Experience with RNAseq, ChIP-qPCR, locus targeting via Cas9, and/or molecular cloning techniques will be viewed favorably. Prior virology-related work is not required. The successful candidate will join a vibrant research team exploring novel aspects of HIV-1 and HIV-2 pathogenesis and the mechanisms of virus latency and reactivation. The postdoctoral fellow will have appointments both at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School and will participate in the activities of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Recent graduates with less than three years of postdoctoral experience and a background in the biological sciences, a track-record of productivity, and excellent references are encouraged to apply. Salary will follow NIH and BWH guidelines. Candidates should send a statement of interest and future goals and a curriculum vitae to Dr. Athe Tsibris at the email address provided. While three letters of reference from mentors familiar with the applicant’s scientific abilities will ultimately be required, this is not needed for first contact. Additional information about the Tsibris lab may be found at http://tsibrislab.bwh.harvard.edu/.
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