Research Asst. Professor - Geiger Lab
In addition to conducting experiments related to funded grants, the duties of the position will include reading and knowing the relevant literature, training lab personnel in the laboratory, attending and presenting at scientific meetings, and writing grants and manuscripts. The successful candidate will be expected to write and submit grants to NIH and to other funding agencies. While the position is primarily research oriented, the candidate will have the opportunity to contribute to the SMHS teaching mission.
- Ph.D. in virology and/or neuroscience or related field.At least 5 years of postdoctoral experience.Publications in 3 of the 5 following areas (as demonstrated in your CV):HIV-1SARS-CoV-2Endolysosomes and/or inter-organellar signaling Neurodegenerative disorders including AD and HANDTherapeutic uses of iron chelators
- Infectious diseases; HIV-1 and SARS-CoV-2Molecular/genetic studies of cell biology of organellesDemonstrated ability to generate ideas worthy of receiving extramural funding
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