Postdoctoral Research Scientist Positions Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center
TA postdoctoral position is immediately available in the laboratory of Dr. Moriya Tsuji at the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center of Columbia University Irving Medical Center, a Research Center of National and International Excellence. The research is performed in an interdisciplinary setting with strong institutional and global collaborations. As a Postdoctoral Research Fellow/Scientist, you will construct various plasmids that encode human molecules, such as HLAs and human cytokines, for the purpose of making a humanized mouse model that mimics a human immune system (HIS) [see references below]. After confirming the establishment of HIS in the mice by a flow cytometric analysis, you will then study the level and nature of protective immunity mounted in HIS mice against SARS-CoV-2 and HIV. Some of the work will be performed in a BSL2 and/or BSL3 environment.
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Internal Number: 7323
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