We are seeking a highly motivated recent graduate to join our team involved in the assessment of immune-based strategies for prevention of maternal and pediatric HIV/AIDS and treatment of neonatal infections, including Cytomegalovirus, Zika Virus, and HIV-1. The selected candidate will be a team member of our laboratory which is using humoral and cellular immune assays to define protective maternal and infant immune responses and virus reservoirs at the maternal-fetal interface in both human clinical trials and nonhuman primate models. This position requires a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology, Microbiology, or Immunology. Experience in flow cytometry, virus isolation/cell culture, quantitative PCR, protein production, and immunoassays are desired.
To be considered for the position candidates must apply through Academic Jobs Online and send a CV and cover letter to the email address below. The cover letter should include a half page summary explaining your interest in the project (s) identified as well as how it fits within your overall career objectives. You will be contacted if we are interested in exploring your credentials in more detail.
Duke Human Vaccine Institute
(Please specify your interest by referencing “PD/SP” in subject line of email)