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Saint Louis University, a Catholic Jesuit institution dedicated to student learning, research, health care, and service offers a position at the Post-Doctoral level in the Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology in the Saint Louis University School of Medicine.
The Department has active research programs in molecular virology, viral pathogenesis, vectors, anti-viral drug therapy, biodefense, autoimmunity (TRegs), immunotherapy, cytokine function, osteoimmunology, and vaccine development http://medschool.slu.edu/mmi/.. The position is offered in the lab of Dr. John Tavis, which is focused on the molecular virology of Hepatitis B and C viruses, especially on the enzymology of HBV reverse transcription. The ideal applicant will have a PhD or MD in molecular biology, biochemistry, or related areas, and will have experience in recombinant protein production and enzymatic analyses. Experience with cell culture models of viral replication will be an advantage.
Interested candidates must submit an application, cover letter, current curriculum vitae with the names of 3 references to https://jobs.slu.edu.
Additionally, applicants should send their cover letter, curriculum vitae and names of three references to:
John Tavis, Ph.D.
Molecular Microbiology and Immunology Department
Saint Louis University Medical Center
Edward A. Doisy Research Center, Rm 613
1100 South Grand
St. Louis, Missouri 63104
Saint Louis University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer, and encourages nominations and applications of women and minorities.
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