Postdoctoral Scientist - Martinez-Sobrido Lab
As a national leader among independent research institutes working exclusively on infectious diseases, Texas Biomedical Research Institute is discovering and sharing critical breakthroughs needed by scientists to help protect you, your families and the global community from the threats of infectious diseases. Since its founding in 1941 by Thomas B. Slick Jr., the Texas Biomedical Research Institute (Texas Biomed) has gained worldwide recognition in scientific and academic communities for the quality of its basic research.
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Postdoctoral Scientist – Martinez-Sobrido Lab
A Postdoctoral Scientist position in Molecular Biology, Virology and Immunology is available in the laboratory of Dr. Luis Martinez-Sobrido at Texas Biomedical Research Institute. Dr. Luis Martinez-Sobrido's research interest focuses on the molecular biology and in the evasion of the innate immune response by viruses, mainly influenza, arenavirus, coronavirus and Zika. The laboratory is also interested in the identification and characterization of new prophylactic and therapeutic countermeasures to combat viral infections. As a result, Dr. Martinez-Sobrido’s laboratory is part of the New York Influenza Center of Excellence (NYICE), one of the NIAID Centers of Excellence in Influenza Research and Surveillance (CEIRS) network.
The postdoctoral fellows will work with a vibrant and international collaborative group of virologists and immunologists in direct interaction/collaboration with other virologists and immunologists at Texas Biomed and other research institutes.
Requirements for this position are: PhD degree in molecular biology, virology or immunology. Ideal candidates should have training and experience in molecular biology, immunology and virology. The qualified candidate should also have strong written and oral communication skills. Please include a statement of research interest with your application.
This is a full time salaried (exempt) position. Texas Biomed business hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Texas Biomed is committed to a drug-free workplace. Pre-employment drug screen is required.
Benefits include health, dental, vision, life, AD&D, and long-term disability insurances. Educational assistance program, paid holidays, vacation, sick/emergency leave, retirement plan.
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