|3/27/2017||No||Academic||Full-Time||Open||Yes||microbial pathogenesis||Washington University in St. Louis||Molecular Microbiology|
New opportunities to join a highly dynamic and productive laboratory focused on developing new genetic approaches for studying host-pathogen interactions at the molecular level. The human pathogen Toxoplasma gondii enjoys excellent forward and reverse genetic tools as well as animal models, making it an attractive model. Projects offer potential for independent career advancement and are supported by excellent core facilities for animal studies, biological imaging, genomics, and immunological profiling.
Prior experience with immunology, microbiology, and molecular biology, molecular genetics, comparative genomics, or analysis of genome-wide datasets are highly desirable. Good command of the English language (speaking and writing), analytical, and computational skills are considered essential.
Recent Ph.D. in Microbiology, Immunology, or Molecular Biology.
Submit a current C.V. and names of three professional references.