Applications are open for Boston University Postdoctoral Fellowship in immunology and Protein Biochemistry. The Boston lab pulmonary center is conducting a fellowship program for research projects on molecular immunology of infections while focusing on protein Biochemistry. They seek a highly motivated and talented postdoctoral fellow with a brilliant career-building potential to conduct experiments and translational research.
Boston University is a prestigious private research university of Massachusetts. It currently has more than 3,900 faculty members and nearly 33,000 students. Undergraduate, postgraduate, doctoral degrees are offered at Boston University. These degrees are offered in fields of business, medical, law, and dentistry.
The interested candidates are expected to expand the current spectrum of professionalism in a multidisciplinary team of Boston University. The particular areas of the research and study will be the dole and structure of novel Genes involved in inflammation, pathogen recognition, host-pathogen relation, cytokines, macrophages, neutrophils, and related pathways. Pathogens of study are S. pneumoniae, Legionella spp., E. coli, N. brasiliensis, SARS-CoV-2, Influenza, and others.
This program will be structured in a way that would meet the qualifications and interests of the applicant. This means the nature of protein Biochemistry, molecular biology techniques, immunology methods, bioinformatics, or surgical mouse models can be discussed with the applicant.
The projects will include a broad spectrum of immunology and biochemistry methods together with opportunities for transcriptomic (scRNA-Seq, TOTAL-Seq) and (phospho-) proteomics, including data analysis supported by Bio-informaticians. Another area of interest are genome editing by RNA-guided nucleases (CRISPR-Cas9) for genome-wide screens.
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Deadline is September 30, 2021