Postdoctoral Position: Tuberculosis pathogenesis, cell biology and immunity
A postdoctoral position is available immediately in the Ernst Laboratory in the UCSF Division of Experimental Medicine to study molecular mechanisms of monocyte-macrophage differentiation and development and mechanisms of immune evasion in tuberculosis.
• Ph.D. degree in cell biology, immunology, or microbiology
• Experience with multiparameter flow cytometry, cellular assays, and generation and analyses of large datasets, such as RNA-Seq, single-cell RNA-Seq, ATAC-Seq, and ChIP-Seq.
• Ability to work independently and as a member of a collaborative team
Two or more years experience in molecular immunology and mononuclear phagocyte cell biology.
About the Division
The Division of Experimental Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco focuses on immunity to infectious diseases of global importance. Through multidisciplinary and collaborative approaches, we study immunity to infectious agents that affect large human populations, especially HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria, with the goal of contributing to their elimination.
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