A postdoctoral research fellowship is available to study the links between skin bacterial colonization and cutaneous inflammation in autoimmune diseases in a productive laboratory at the University of Michigan.
The applicant is expected to be well versed in molecular biology and immunological techniques. Previous work with primary cell culture is recommended. Skills including flow cytometry, bacterial culture, transfection, and immunofluorescence microscopy are expected. Molecular biology techniques such as PCR, RNA manipulation, Western Blotting, ELISA and cloning are also required.
Successful candidates must hold a PhD in immunology, molecular basis of disease, microbiology or equivalent. Applicants with an MD and the above skill sets would also be considered. Applicants must be within1-2 years from their terminal degree.
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