Division:Â Maternal Child Adolescent Virology Research Laboratory, Department of Pediatrics
Hiring Manager:Â Andrea Kovacs, MD
Work address:Â 1333 San Pablo Street, Room B12, LA, CAÂ 90033
A post-doc position is available at the division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases Maternal, Child and Adolescent Virology Research Laboratory, Department of Pediatrics, Keck School of Medicine - University of Southern California.
The laboratory work focuses mainly on long term effect of HIV and HCV infection on immune cells, and HIV related diseases. The laboratory is also involved in several clinical trials and large cohorts studies (IMPAACT, WIHS).
We are especially interested in candidates with -
extensive knowledge in flow cytometry and cell sorting.
Experience in RNA-seq is a plus but not mandatory.
Candidate must be rigorous, with an eye for details, and be able to meet and exceed clinical research standards.
Required documents:Â Curriculum vitae and a letter of interest
Preferred Education:Â PhD in Immunology, Virology, or Molecular Biology
Preferred training/work experience: Extensive working knowledge of flow cytometry and cell sorting. The position is ideal for a recently graduated PhD in Immunology, Virology, or Molecular Biology interested in clinical and translational research. The successful candidate will work on a R01 funded, cross disciplinary project in collaboration with epidemiologists and statisticians.
Percentage of Time:Â 100% FTE
Funding source: Federal grant; $50,000/year
Minimum education and experience: Ph.D. or equivalent doctorate within previous three yearsMinimum experience : 0-1 years
Internal Number: REQ20072711
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