Postdoctoral Position at Washington University in St. Louis
Despite differences in pathophysiology, respiratory allergy and viral infections share many symptoms, including sneezing, coughing and rhinorrhea. However, the neuronal populations and circuits that drive the symptoms of respiratory allergy and viral infections remain largely unknown, hindering the development of new treatments.
One postdoctoral position will be available at Washington University, one of the leading biomedical research institutions in the US. The successful postdoc candidate will use mouse genetic tools combined with molecular, physiological, and behavioral techniques to study the Neural Components of Allergy and Viral Respiratory Infections. More information is available at https://qinliulab.wustl.edu/people/qin-liu-phd/.
Ph.D in neuroscience or a relevant field or M.D. is required. Expertise in molecular and cellular neuroscience and/or physiological recording is desirable. Successful candidate is expected to be self-motivated and demonstrate ability to conduct research projects independently, as evidenced by prior publications.
The postdoc will benefit from the collaborative, fostering, innovative, and productive research environment at Washington University. Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and contact information of three references to Qin Liu (email@example.com).