Current Postdoc Openings
|Postdoctoral training positions are currently available in the laboratory of John Cambier.
We invite applications from highly qualified candidates whose interests
lie in the in vivo biology and signaling in naïve and autoreactive
human B cells, molecular function of autoimmunity risk alleles operative
in regulatory signaling pathways in B cells, and STING function in B
cells. Apply here.|
|A postdoctoral position is available in the Pyeon laboratory. An NIH-funded postdoctoral position is available to study virus-host interactions in human papillomavirus (HPV) infection and oncogenesis in the Department of Immunology and Microbiology at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. A successful candidate will focus on studying host immune dysregulation during HPV-associated cancer progression using in vitro and in vivo models as well as human specimens. Candidates must have a PhD, MD or equivalent degree in virology, immunology, cancer biology, or related fields and published work in peer reviewed journals along with excellent communication skills. Expertise in flow/mass cytometry, cancer mouse models, and/or translational/preclinical research is desirable. Salary is commensurate with experience and at NIH postdoctoral stipend levels. Apply here.|
|A postdoctoral position is available in the Keestra-Gounder Lab at the Immunology and Microbiology Department at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver. Research in the Keestra-Gounder lab focuses on elucidating pathways of innate immunity in response to Salmonella Typhimurium and Citrobacter rodentium infections. The preferred candidate is a recent PhD graduate and has a background in microbial pathogenesis and innate immunology with a strong publication record. This individual will be expected to utilize genetic, molecular, cellular, biochemical and in vivo approaches and to initiate new scientific directions at the interface of bacteriology and immunology. Salary is competitive with NIH standards. Apply here.|
|A postdoctoral position is available immediately in the lab of Dr. Breck Duerkop in the Department of Immunology and Microbiology University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver. The Duerkop lab studies bacterial viruses (bacteriophages) and their interactions with their hosts. The long-term goal of the Duerkop lab is to understand how bacteriophages contribute to host-microbe interactions and their overall impact on human health.|
The preferred candidate is a recent Ph.D. graduate with a background in bacteriology, virology or molecular genetics and has a strong research record, including publications, presentations, and exemplary letters of recommendation. Additional experience in bioinformatics, mouse models and/or innate immunology is desirable. This individual will be expected to utilize genetic, molecular, biochemical, computational and in vivo approaches to initiate new scientific directions at the interface of intestinal microbial communities, including bacteriophages, and host interactions in the intestine. Salary is competitive with NIH standards. Apply here.
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