POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS AVAILABLE
rcaspi at helix.nih.gov
Sun Nov 24 15:35:19 EST 1996
POSTDOCTORAL research fellowships in an active program composed of basic
scientists and clinicians. Excellent core facilities and interactive
environment. Research focuses on cellular and molecular mechanisms
involved in cell-mediated autoimmunity. The goal is to understand the
development, maintenance and breakdown, of self-tolerance to tissue
antigens, and to use that information for development of immunotherapeutic
strategies. The questions are studied using animal models of anti-retinal
autoimmunity. Approaches and conclusions are largely generalizable to
other organ-specific autoimmune diseases. For more information about the
Laboratory visit our Web pages at:
1. CELLULAR IMMUNOLOGY - Available January 1997
Applicant must have broad experience in cellular immunology, such as: long
term T cell culture, cell proliferation assays, cytokine assays, ELISA,
ELISPOT, etc. Experience in molecular methodologies an asset.
2. MOLECULAR IMMUNOLOGY - Aailable April 1997
Applicant must have experience in RNA and DNA based methods, including
PCR, in situ hybridization, DNA cloning, expression systems (prokaryotic
and eukaryotic), etc. Experience in cellular immunology an asset.
Candidates must have a Ph.D. or M.D. degree COMPLETED WITHIN THE PAST 5
YEARS. We are looking for self-motivated, creative individuals with
interest in clinically relevant basic research. Stipend is in the range of
$30,000-$35,000 pa, commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Please submit a CV with bibliography, a brief description of research
interests, and names of three references to:
Rachel R. Caspi, Ph.D.
Chief, Immunoreg. Section phone: 301-496-6394
Lab. of Immunol., NEI fax: 301-402-0485
NIH, Bldg 10, Rm 10N222 E-mail: rcaspi at helix.nih.gov
Bethesda, MD 20892-1858 http://www.nei.nih.gov/labs/li/Imreg.html
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