The person who fills this position will perform studies to develop new nucleoside-modified mRNA-LNP vaccines. Under supervision, they will produce nucleoside-modified mRNA encoding immunogens of interest from various pathogens. They will then aid in the immunization of mouse or rabbit model systems, followed by obtaining specimens to analyze immune responses generated. This may include 17-color flow cytometry, ELISA assays, and a variety of neutralization assays. They will work with multiple different post-docs and senior research investigators.
In addition to the above, the Research Specialist B will Analyze B and T cell immune responses.
Internal Number: 43805
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