Post Doctoral Fellow
HOPE in Action Lab at Johns Hopkins University
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Post Date: Mar 14, 2018
Job Type: Full time
Degree Requirement: Doctoral Level
Years Experience: Entry Level
Start Date: ASAP
Salary: Salary according to experience
Location: US - Maryland - Baltimore
Job Reference: HOPE Post Doc
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Description
Do you enjoy laboratory research, but wish your work had a more direct effect on human health? Do you want to work with a diverse and fun team that includes Researchers, Physicians, Nurses, technicians, and students? If you said yes, then we want to hear from you!

We have a Postdoctoral position available immediately at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine to explore the intersection of virology, immunology and clinical factors involved with HIV+ to HIV+ kidney and liver transplantation. The successful candidate will work primarily with the Core lab team, but will interact on a regular basis with the HOPE (HIV Organ Policy Equity Act) in Action clinical and analysis teams as well.

Skills
The work will initially include utilizing techniques in next-generation sequencing, laser capture microdissection, and single-cell genomic analysis. Previous molecular biology experience is required, and experience in any of these techniques would be a plus.
The applicant should have a Ph.D. or M.D. degree, demonstrated successful research experience and publication record, and works well in a team. Excellent verbal and written English communication skills are essential.


Notes
After the initial projects the possibilities for future research on the immunology, virology, and pathology in this project are numerous.
The position is extremely well-funded, and ideal for a candidate interested in pursuing a K-training grant. Therefore, the position could be a good jumping off point for an independent career for a new PhD graduate, or even someone with a couple years of post-doc experience.



Contact Details
Name: Dr. Andrew Redd
Address: 851 N Wolfe St