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Department Name/Job Location:
This position is in the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases. This position is for the Medical School Campus.
Experience in molecular biology, immunology, and protein biology.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Strong publication record.
Experience with mass spectrometry, parasitology and/or microbiology would be helpful.
Base pay commensurate with experience.
All external candidates receiving an offer for employment will be required to submit to pre-employment screening for this position. Current employees applying for a new position within the university may be subject to this requirement. The screenings will include a criminal background check and, as applicable for the position, other background checks, drug screen, employment and education or licensure/certification verification, physical examination, certain vaccinations and/or governmental registry checks. All offers are contingent upon successful completion of required screening.
Interested candidates should send their C.V. and a summary of research interests and career goals to Phil Budge (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Postdoctoral Fellowship: Identification of biomarkers for filarial infections and development of diagnostic tests.
The Budge Lab in the Infectious Diseases Division of the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis is seeking a postdoctoral fellow to perform laboratory research on identifying biomarkers of filarial infections (onchocerciasis, loiasis, and lymphatic filariasis), with the aim of generating improved diagnostics of filarial parasites.
The fellow will work together with a large group of scientists from different disciplines, is expected to advise technicians and students and will help to coordinate a larger project.
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