Postdoctoral Position 2019 in Canada, University of Alberta
Designation/Position- Postdoctoral Position 2019 in Canada
University of Alberta, Canada invites application for Postdoctoral Position 2019 in Canada from eligible and interested candidates
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Research/Job Area- Virology, immunology, cell biology or a related discipline
Location- University of Alberta, Canada
Candidates should be within two years (24 months) of completing their Ph.D. degree in virology, immunology, cell biology or a related discipline.
Demonstrated scientific productivity as evidenced by peer reviewed publications.
Strong written and oral communication skills in English.
Experience in basic molecular cell biology and biochemical techniques
Must be self-motivated, proactive and able to work in a collaborative environment.
Expertise with one or more of the following techniques is required:
o Handling of BSL2 and/or BSL3 level viruses
o Experience with mouse models
o Molecular biology o Cellular imaging
o Flow cytometry Screening for candidates starts immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
For those not holding permanent residence status or Canadian Citizenship, the appointment will be subject to immigration approval.
Job/Position Description- A post-doctoral position is available immediately in the Hobman laboratory to study newly emerging viral pathogens. Viruses of interest include important arboviruses such as flaviviruses and alphaviruses.
Recently, funding was obtained to study Mayaro and Chikungunya viruses which are newly emerging alphaviruses that cause chronic and severe arthritis in patients. The successful post-doctoral candidate will focus on Mayaro virusinduced chronic polyarthralgia and interactions with host cells. Specific aims include identification of viral reservoirs and mechanisms of viral persistence in small animal models.
How to Apply- Please send your CV, a brief statement of research interests and contact details of three referees to: Dr. Tom Hobman
Department of Cell Biology 5-14 Medical Sciences Building Edmonton, AB T6G 2H7 email@example.com
Only those individuals selected for an interview will be contacted.
Last Date for Apply– Open until filled