We are looking to recruit a highly motivated postdoctoral Research Associate to conduct research on Leishmania parasites under the supervision of Professor Jeremy Mottram in the York Biomedical Research Institute and Department of Biology.
The post is funded by a Wellcome Trust Collaborative Award and is available for up to three years in the first instance
You will contribute to the LeishGEM project that aims to use high throughput genetic tools to understand how Leishmania parasites are such successful pathogens. You will carry out phenotype analysis on parasite differentiation and survival in vitro and in vivo and integrate data with other researchers in Glasgow (Eva Gluenz lab) and Oxford (Jack Sunter and Richard Wheeler labs). You will also develop LOPIT-DC proteomics of Leishmania infected macrophages. You will be able to develop and pursue individual projects arising from the phenotyping analysis..
Interview date: Thursday 27 May 2021
For informal enquiries: please contact Professor Jeremy Mottram at firstname.lastname@example.org or Professor Eva Gluenz at email@example.com
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