Fully funded (Postdoctoral & Technician level) positions are available in the laboratory of Dr. Nevil J. Singh (http://nevillab.org) to study the mechanisms by which immunological memory is established after vaccinations, using a combination of in vivo (mouse and NHP) approaches as well as in silico modeling. This integrative project is a collaboration between cellular, molecular and computational immunologists located at the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM, Baltimore, MD), National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID, Bethesda, MD) and Arizona State University (ASU, Tempe, AZ). For Cellular and Molecular immunology positions, experience with flow cytometry, mouse models, lymphocyte isolation, mammalian cell culture, transcriptomic/proteomic analysis, etc. are advantageous. However, candidates with a genuine interest in fundamental immunology with strong basic training and expertise in a different discipline of biology are encouraged to apply. For computational positions, experience with statistics, Python, R etc. is required and familiarity with C/C++ would be a plus. Positions offer ample opportunity for cross-disciplinary training for motivated candidates interested in systems immunology.
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