We are seeking an outstanding candidate for a funded post-doctoral position. This exciting project will investigate aspects of mucosal immunology, microbiota, immunometabolism and more to understand how immunity and inflammation are regulated at barrier tissue sites, such as the gastrointestinal tract and lung.
This post offers an excellent opportunity to join a dynamic research team within the Lydia Becker Institute of Immunology and Inflammation, with access to excellent research facilities, cutting-edge technologies and cross-disciplinary training opportunities.
You must hold a PhD in a related subject (e.g. immunology, microbiology, cell biology or another biomedical science), and preferably have a research background that involves knowledge and experience working with in vivo models and mechanisms of immune homeostasis and disease, or host-microbial interactions.
The expected start date for this position is 4th January 2021 for an initial period of 3 years. Formal job description and application details to follow.
In the meantime interested applicants with the appropriate background should make informal enquiries to Dr Matthew Hepworth,
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