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The McGuire Lab is seeking outstanding post-doctoral fellows to work on a project involving the validating and testing of antibodies to prevent infection with Epstein-Barr virus; an important cancer associated pathogen.
The successful candidate will design and execute antibody-mediated protection studies in in small animals and non-human primates to evaluate the efficacy of antibodies, both passively delivered and vaccine-elicited, to prevent infection and/or EBV-associated cancers. The incumbent will perform endpoint analyses including serum antibody neutralizing titers, assays for detecting viral infection, and analyzing immune responses to treatment/vaccination.
Please submit a cover letter with your application discussing your interest in the role and future career goals.