We are seeking a highly motivated and talented individual to join our group studying immunometabolism in mouse model of human inflammatory diseases.
The ideal candidate should have a Ph.D. degree in Immunology or a closely related discipline with excellent communication skills, team-work spirit and problem solving capacity. Salary will be commensurate with experiences.
- Sophisticated understanding of and expertise in isolation, characterization and in vitro culture of murine lymphocytes.
- Sophisticated understanding of the methodologies, reagents, instrumentation and software used for flowcytometry (BD Aria and Flowjo).
- Experiences with in vivo mouse work.
- General molecular biology experiences involving gene cloning, transfection, retroviral transformation, RNA isolation, quantitative RT-PCR, etc.
- Excellent attention to details, organization and record keeping.
Min Degree Requirements: Ph.D. or equivalent doctorate (e.g. Sc.D., M.D., D.V.M.). Should be used for post-doctoral fellows if the candidate has completed all of the requirements for a degree, but the degree has not been formally conferred; the candidate may present evidence of completion of the degree requirements, together with a statement documenting the date on which the degree is to be conferred.
Other Credential/Experiential Requirements: The incumbent must be a true post-doctoral fellow registered with the Post Doc Office and per the following requirements:
- The term of this appointment is limited (5 years with a possible extension for an additional year)
- The appointment involves substantially full-time research or scholarship, which may include teaching responsibilities.
- The appointment is viewed as preparatory for a full time academic or research career.
- The appointment is not part of a clinical research training program, unless research training under the supervision of a senior mentor is a primary purpose of the appointment.
- The appointee works under the supervision of a scholar or a department at Duke University.
- The appointee has the freedom, and is expected to publish the results of his or her research or scholarship during the period of the appointment.