A postdoctoral position is available, effective immediately, in the laboratory of Dr. Andrew Oberst. This postdoc will work on one of several ongoing projects investigating emerging roles for the pathways of programmed cell death in the response to infection of the central nervous system (for example see BP Daniels et al., Cell 2017, PMID 28366204).
The successful applicant will join a collaborative, dynamic and well-funded research team, and will be able to take advantage of the extremely collegial surroundings provided by the University of Washington’s Department of Immunology and the thriving research environment in Seattle.
Applicants should have a Ph.D. in the biomedical sciences and a track record of producing and publishing high quality original research. Expertise in standard immune assays and the use of animal models is required. Experience in neurobiology or neuroimmunology is preferred.
Please contact Dr. Oberst with a CV: firstname.lastname@example.org