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The Lund lab in the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Research Division is recruiting a postdoctoral fellow to work on human mucosal immunity projects. Specifically, projects involve investigating how exposure to and infection with various viruses such as HIV and HSV affect mucosal and peripheral immune activation, as well as defining unique features of human tissue lymphocytes compared to circulating lymhocytes. The candidate must be proficient in high-parameter flow cytometry and have extensive experience in experimental immunology. In addition, the candidate must be responsible, organized, and self-motivated, and able to efficiently manage time and experiments.
A statement of research interests and/or a cover letter are required. Salary will be commensurate with (appropriate) experience.