Postdoctoral Position at University of Louisville, USA: The Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Louisville School of Medicine is offering a postdoctoral position in the laboratory of Dr. Matthew Lawrenz. We are seeking a dynamic immunologist or microbiologist with a keen interest in innate immunity and bacterial immune evasion. Join our team to explore exciting research opportunities focused on understanding host-pathogen interactions.
|Title||Postdoctoral Position in Host-Pathogen Interactions|
|Principal Investigator (Pl)||Dr. Matthew Lawrenz|
|Research Area||Host-Pathogen Interactions|
|Location||Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University of Louisville School of Medicine|
- A Ph.D. degree in Immunology, Microbiology, or related fields.
- Strong interest and expertise in innate immunity and bacterial immune evasion.
- Excellent research skills, including experimental design, data analysis, and interpretation.
- Effective communication and teamwork abilities.
Job Description: As a Postdoctoral Researcher, you will be involved in cutting-edge research on host-pathogen interactions. Potential projects include:
- Investigating the role of inflammatory lipids in the innate immune response to bacterial infections.
- Exploring the impact of extracellular vesicles produced by neutrophils in response to bacterial infections.
- Studying bacterial strategies to manipulate leukocytes for immune evasion and avoidance of clearance.
How to Apply: Interested applicants are encouraged to directly contact Dr. Matthew Lawrenz (contact information provided below) for further information about the position and research projects.
Last Date for Application: There is no specified last date for application; interested candidates are encouraged to reach out as soon as possible.
Contact Information: Dr. Matthew Lawrenz
This is a unique opportunity to work alongside accomplished researchers in the field of host-pathogen interactions. If you are passionate about unraveling the mysteries of innate immunity and bacterial immune evasion, and are excited about contributing to groundbreaking research, don’t miss out on this chance. Contact Dr. Matthew Lawrenz today to explore this stimulating postdoctoral position.