Excellent postdoctoral training opportunity at Temple University Lewis Kate School of Medicine
The laboratory of Dr. Wen-Zhe Ho at Temple University is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow to study host cell-mediated immunity against HIV infection. We focus on the following areas: (1) To analyze the immune and bystander cells-mediated innate immunity against HIV; (2) To study whether the environmental factors such as drugs (opioids, methamphetamine) of abuse impair host cell innate immunity and facilitate HIV infection; (3) To identify novel natural products against HIV infection and transmission. For further information about Dr. Ho’s lab, please visit: https://medicine.temple.edu/wenzhe-ho. The Ho lab is located in the Medical Education Research Building (https://news.temple.edu/news/2017-08-29/lewis-katz-school-medicine-ranks-top-10-applicants) of the Temple University Lewis Katz School of Medicine.
Qualifications: The position requires that the applicant has one of the following degrees: a PhD and/or MD by the time of employment with preferred research expertise in one or more of the following areas: Molecular biology, immunology, drugs of abuse research and virology. The successful candidate should have documented success in research publications on related topics.
Appointment: The initial appointment will be for three years with the possibility of renewal for two more years. Stipend follows NIH standard rates and the University provides a generous package of fringe benefits.
Interested applicant should send (1) resume, (2) a one-page summary of previous research experience, and (3) three letters of recommendation directly to Dr. Wen-Zhe Ho’s email: firstname.lastname@example.org