We are currently recruiting for the following Post-doctoral post in the Host-Microbe Dialogue and Inflammation Spoke for which funding has been awarded for two years initially, and may be extended thereafter, subject to completion of a successful project review. »
Post duration: Until the 31st May 2015 with a possibility of extension subject to funding.
Postdoctoral Researcher (Unique Position ID: 4C)
PhD in mucosal immunology, microbiology, biochemistry.
Prior experience, as evidenced by peer-reviewed publication, in some or all of the following:
The use and application of molecular and cell biology techniques (cell culture, genome-wide expression profiling, qRT-PCR analysis
WB and co-IPs
reporter assays, cytokine analysis and in vivo conventional and germ free models (flow cytometry, IHC, FISH analysis, confocal microscopy) to investigate host-microbe interactions is desirable.
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