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Postdoctoral Fellowship - MassGeneral Hospital - Autism Intervention Research Network on Physical Health (AIR-P)
Summary
This position will be based in the Department of General Academic Pediatrics at the MassGeneral Hospital for Children and supervised by Dr. Karen Kuhlthau, PhD (Associate Professor of Pediatrics and PI of AIR-P).  The Autism Intervention Research Network on Physical Health (AIR-P) is a 12-site clinical research network with a two-fold mission: (1) to promote a sustainable national system of community accessible programs offering state-of-the-art comprehensive and coordinated medical care for all children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and (2) to develop evidence and support the improvement of medical care for these children and their families. The AIR-P fellow will conduct original research and/or analyze data from existing AIR-P datasets.   While this position will be housed at MGHfC where the network Clinical Coordinating Center is located, the candidate will work collaboratively with experts from our 12 AIR-P sites to synthesize these various data sources to further advance AIR-P’s mission.  
Responsibilities
We anticipate that the fellow would work on a intervention project that provides a mind body intervention to siblings of children with ASD to provide them with skills to improve resiliency.   The Postdoctoral Fellow will also contribute to network activities that best align with their area of expertise (e.g. ECHO Autism collaborative, the Autism Learning Health Network (ALHN), Physical Exercise to Reduce Anxiety in Underserved Children with ASD).
Basic Requirements
Candidates must have a doctoral degree in Health Services Research, Epidemiology, Public Health, Psychology, or a related field. Curriculum in and/or experience with biostatistics, data mining and clinical research will be necessary for this opportunity. Preference will be given to those with a background in developmental disabilities, special healthcare needs, or pediatric research. The candidate interested in this position must be highly motivated, willing to learn and demonstrate initiative in assigned tasks. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are crucial.
Additional Requirements
Experience with SPSS, STATA, SAS, or R is desirable.
Terms
This is a one-year term appointment, which aligns with the final year of a 5-year grant. The option for a second-year is conditional on the network receiving renewed funding from the Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA) and satisfactory performance.
How to apply
Email applications including curriculum vitae, summary statement of personal objective and research interests, PDFs of the best two papers, as well as, the names and email addresses of three references to
JGFarmer@mgh.harvard.edu  (5.9.19)

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Postdoctoral Research Fellow Position(s) Available
We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow to join the Schulman laboratory in the Division of Hemostasis and Thrombosis at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (Boston, MA).
Our laboratory is focused on the initiation of blood coagulation, with particular attention to the tissue factor (TF) pathway. Inappropriate TF procoagulant activity underlies substantial human suffering, including that due to myocardial infarction, venous thromboembolism, cancer-associated thrombosis, and stroke. TF expression and activity must therefore be carefully regulated in vascular tissues to enable hemostasis following injury but prevent pathologic thrombosis. We combine functional genomics, human and rodent genetics, cell biology, and protein biochemistry to dissect the TF-dependent initiation of blood coagulation.
As the contribution of cellular TF is not captured by routine coagulation testing, these novel modifiers of human bleeding and thrombotic risk remain undetected in human populations. Our team is well integrated into the collegial Division of Hemostasis and Thrombosis at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. In addition, our laboratory is situated in the heart of the Longwood medical area and adjacent to Harvard Medical School, enabling immediate access to vast educational opportunities, technical resources, and clinical/scientific expertise.
Applicants should have an M.D., Ph.D., or M.D./Ph.D. degree, substantial research experience, and a commensurate publication record. Proficiency in modern molecular biology techniques is essential. Expertise in bioinformatics, programming in Python, and/or prior experience analyzing functional genetic experiments is not required but highly valued.
Interested applicants should email a CV and three references to Sol Schulman (sschulm1@bidmc.harvard.edu) (5.8.19)

Postdoctoral Fellow Cardiometabolic Disease and Drug Discovery, BIDMC, Harvard Medical School
Topics: Human genetics, metabolic diseases, chemical biology, zebrafish models
Description: We are seeking a creative and enthusiastic Postdoctoral Fellow to lead a NIH-funded project that leverages multiomic human data to identify novel cardiometabolic disease-associated genes. The goals of this project are to determine the function of these genes and to develop small molecules to modulate their activity through innovative model generation and functional screens.
Requirements: PhD or graduating with a PhD in the summer of 2019 and a strong background in CRISPR/cas genome editing and/or zebrafish models.
Highlights: The position provides outstanding opportunities for professional growth and career advancement through a formal mentoring program. Additionally, as this position has joint appointments with Harvard Medical School, BIDMC, and the Broad Institute, and there will be many opportunities to benefit from diverse and vibrant scientific environments. We pay above the NIH salary line.
Lab: We are located at the Center for Life Sciences in the Harvard Longwood Medical Campus. https://scholar.harvard.edu/anjali-nath-lab
To Apply: Interested candidates should send their cover letter highlighting past research experiences and current research interests, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three references to Dr. Nath (anj.nath.lab@gmail.com).  (5.8.19)

Staff Scientist Position Opening – Boston Children’s Hospital, The Cantor Laboratory
The Cantor Laboratory is accepting applications for a Staff Scientist position.  The major focus of the laboratory is to further understand the gene regulatory mechanisms that control normal hematopoiesis and how their dysregulation contributes to human leukemogenesis.   Other current active areas include translational projects aimed at reducing the risk of leukemia development in patients with leukemia predisposition syndromes, as well as efforts to enhance in vitro platelet production from stem cell sources for transfusion purposes.  We use a variety of techniques including ChIP-seq, RNA-seq, ATAC-seq, 3D chromatin interaction analysis, CRISPR/Cas9 screens, mouse models, human CD34+ cell systems, and human genetics.
The candidate should have a PhD and completed post-doctoral training, preferably within the hematology field.  He/she should have strong molecular biology skills.  Prior experience with mouse techniques, flow cytometry, and hematopoiesis assays is preferred.  The candidate should have a track record of productivity in peer-reviewed journals, good communication skills, and the ability to work cooperatively with other members of the laboratory. 
Job responsibilities will include leading/contributing to specific research projects within the laboratory, collaborating with the PI in preparation of scientific papers and grant applications, advising other lab personnel on technical and scientific approaches, assisting with outside lab collaborations, and maintaining/establishing lab techniques.
Interested applicants should send their CV, a cover letter summarizing their background and research interests, and contact information for three references to:
Alan Cantor, MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Boston Children’s Hospital and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Harvard Medical School
alan.cantor@childrens.harvard.edu
617-919-2026
*This is not considered a faculty level position at Boston Children’s Hospital or Harvard Medical School.  (5.1.19)

MGH/MIT CURT seeks a full-time Post-doc research fellow to join our collegial and diverse multidisciplinary team. This position offers experience in both basic and clinical research in medical ultrasound and provides the candidate with a unique opportunity to be part of a highly energetic group working to translate research into clinical care. 
The successful candidate will be expected to show initiative and creativity, to proactively develop his/her research interests and to work effectively with others toward shared goals. Candidates who seek a long-term academic career will have tremendous growth opportunities, access to committed mentors, and assistance in applying for career development and research grants. There will be many opportunities for mentorship from MIT and Harvard scientists working in close collaboration with MGH physicians and scientists.
Applicants should send a cover letter describing research experience, interests and goals, a CV with a full list of publications as well as three references (including one from a current supervisor) to Masoud Baikpour, MD at mbaikpour@mgh.harvard.edu. Please indicate if there are any issues about the timing of contacting your supervisor. Interviews will be conducted by a multi-disciplinary team of clinicians and scientists. The position is full-time with benefits. The salary is commensurate with experience.
The Massachusetts General Hospital is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Complete details attached.  (4.26.19)

Brigham and Women’s Hospital: Project Manager, Department of Neurology
The Project Manager functions independently and under the direction of the Chair and the Vice Chair of Academic Affairs for the Department of Neurology. A hybrid position utilizing strong scientific skills while offering opportunities to work closely administratively with all Divisions within the Department of Neurology as well as with the Central Offices of Neurology Research Administration and Finance. This is a senior level position with prior academic or industry experience in clinical research project management preferred.

The position is divided into two main areas of concentration:
1. Management of daily operations of the Chair’s Research Portfolio including all aspects of project direction and administration. In addition, the position involves being a part of collaborative projects in translational neuroscience, helping to organize and direct new programs within our large Translational Research Department.  

2. Management, in collaboration with the Chair and Vice Chair of Academic Affairs, of the department’s faculty development and the Harvard Medical School (HMS) promotion process.  This includes coordination of promotion candidate review by the departmental promotions committee, pre-submission assembly of candidate promotion material, and liaison with the HMS Neurology Executive Committee and HMS Dean’s office regarding candidates proposed by the department.  The Project Manager will also work with the Vice Chair of Academic Affairs to develop a faculty mentoring program aligned with HMS promotion requirements.  The Project Manager will also enhance communication and education of the departmental faculty around HMS promotions.
Details and complete job listing here.

Nestlé - R&D Specialist in Gut-Brain Axis (Lausanne)
To complete our Brain Health Department, we are looking for a R&D Specialist Gut-Brain Axis who is able to demonstrate excellent creative skills, to drive product innovation at Nestlé Research. Demonstrating excellent creativity and scientific curiosity, you will develop and lead highly collaborative research projects to identify nutritional interventions, leveraging the gut-brain axis to support brain health across lifespan. You will lead the design, implementation and interpretation of in vitro and in vivo preclinical studies as well as contribute to scientific communication material, patents and peer-reviewed publications. 
Key responsibilities 
- Develop and lead highly collaborative research projects to identify nutritional interventions leveraging the gut-brain axis to support brain health and healthy aging
- Integrate scientific knowledge with business, intellectual property and regulatory constraints to identify research directions relevant to product innovation
Lead the design, implementation and interpretation of in vitro and in vivo preclinical studies
- Work with clinical neuroscientists to design human intervention studies
- Contribute to scientific communication material, patents, and peer-reviewed publications
Required Profile
- Neurobiologist with PhD and 3+ years postdoctoral research experience
- Deep expertise in microbiota-gut-brain axis biology, demonstrated with high impact publications in the field
- Extensive experience with the design of in vivo experiments to study the molecular, cellular, and physiological aspects of gut-brain signaling in mammals, and to study the impact of the gut-brain axis on behavior and brain health
- Expertise in nutrition and nutritional interventions is a plus
- Fluent in written and spoken English, any other language is an asset
Please apply in English at https://jobs.nestle.com/en/home
LinkedIn Job posting: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/1205175312/  (4.9.19)

Postdoctoral Fellow – Immunology and Microbiome Research - Division of Immunobiology, Joslin Diabetes Center and Department of Microbiology & Immunobiology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Description: The Kostic laboratory, based at the Joslin Diabetes Center and the Harvard Medical School Department of Microbiology and Immunobiology, works at the cutting-edge of the microbiome and immunology fields. Our work is driven by the goal of one day using the human microbiome to prevent, treat, and even reverse type 1 diabetes.
We are currently seeking a highly talented immunologist to join the team and work on developing this program.  Though we are interested in candidates from diverse scientific backgrounds, experience and a deep understanding of mucosal immunology is required. We will consider candidates with a PhD, MD, or MD/PhD possessing a proven record of scientific advances leading to high quality publications.
We are working to understand and extract the clinical relevance of the human gut microbiome as it applies to health and disease. Using patient derived clinical samples and mouse models of diabetes, we use genome/metagenome mining combined with bacterial culture-based screening to identify human microbiome-derived natural products with immunomodulatory capability that mediate host-microbe interactions. Our internal gnotobiotic mouse facility will be leveraged to interrogate how these novel bioactive molecules impact the immune system and disease. Our goal is to combine the unique technical and scientific expertise in our laboratory to engineer human symbiotic microbes that we believe will drive innovative drug discovery in this important emerging area of science.
Full listing and how to apply via LinkedIn: https://lnkd.in/eKZkuzZ  (4.4.19) 

Post-doctoral fellow - Parikh Laboratory, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School
Topics: molecular biology, metabolism, physiology, Location: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
We are seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow who will lead NIH-funded projects to understand the molecular processes regulating homeostasis of NAD+. NAD+ regulation in metabolically active organs may be pivotal both for cell-autonomous functions during acute stress and for generalized physiological disturbances such as impaired organ function. The successful applicant will apply systematic functional screens (e.g., CRISPR) to identify central control mechanisms for NAD+ balance and will lead experiments to evaluate metabolism and physiology across cellular and in vivo models of acute stress.
Candidates must be enthusiastic, passionate and self-motivated with a commitment to career development. You will have the support of an organized Departmental Postdoctoral training program including opportunities to present your work and bi-annual review of a personalized Individual Development Plan with your primary mentor and a co-mentor to ensure that you are meeting career goals. The candidate must be able to independently and efficiently manage concurrent projects and while possessing a strong commitment to contributing intellectually and interpersonally toward a positive and stimulating lab environment.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, current CV and contact information for three references to Dr. Parikh (sparikh1@bidmc.harvard.edu). Further details regarding funding and publications can be found at https://connects.catalyst.harvard.edu/Profiles/display/Person/60883  (4.3.19)

Harvard Summer School 2019 - Teaching Assistant, BIOS S-1a: Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology
We are seeking several dedicated Teaching Assistants for the Harvard Summer School Course BIOS S-1a: Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology. TAs will have a variety of responsibilities both in and out of class (details below). Subject and laboratory expertise in Cell and Molecular Biology is a must. This course requires a larger than typical time commitment from its TAs: Each TA has approximately 12 hours of student contact time per week. In combination with grading and prep, 25 week. In combination with grading and prep, 25-30 hours per week should be expected for the 7 week duration of the course. Additional preparation and administrative support before and after the semester are also required. The additional time requirement is generously compensated.
BIOS S-1a is an exciting opportunity to contribute to a fast-paced, innovative course that draws from the scholarship of teaching and learning to maximize student engagement and achievement. For many students this is their first college-level course. Responsibility, responsiveness, and dedication are essential for success as one of our Teaching Assistants.
Course Information
DATES: June 25th – August 8th 2019 (with some responsibilities before and after)
LECTURE: Tuesday and Thursday, 8:30-11:30AM, Harvard Science Center, Cambridge
*with one make-up session Friday June 28th
LABORATORY: 3 hours, Thursdays or Fridays after lecture, multiple times and location TBA
DISCUSSION: 1.5 hours, Tuesdays after lecture, multiple times and location TBA
OFFICE HOUR: One hour per week, TBA

More info
Those interested in this opportunity should send a brief statement of interest and qualifications to bradley_coleman@hms.harvard.edu and ryan_lee@hms.harvard.edu.
Applications will be accepted until MONDAY APRIL 8th, 2019 (4.2.19)

Simmons University is seeking an adjunct laboratory instructor in Biochemistry for the Fall 2019 semester (September 6-December 6, 2019) on Fridays from 2-6pm.  Duties will included an additional office hour each week.
Laboratory Topics: column chromatography, ELISA, SDS-PAGE, protein purification, enzyme assays, and bioinformatics.
Postdoctoral Fellows interested in gaining teaching experience are strongly encouraged to apply.  Experience in protein purification and enzyme kinetics assays would be beneficial. Ph.D. preferred
Salary range:  $3,800-$4,200 based on prior teaching experience.
Please submit a letter of application, CV, and two professional references (letters can be emailed directly)  to: Jennifer A. Canfield, PH.D., Jennifer.canfield@simmons.edu  (4.1.19)

Postdoctoral Fellowship at Harvard Medical School, Center for Computational and Integrative Biology (CCIB) at Massachusetts General Hospital. We are seeking a self-driven individual with expertise in computational biology to lead projects investigating epigenetics and noncoding RNAs in immunology and fibrosis. This work involves a collaborative approach between bench scientists and computational biologists and will expose the candidate to a wide array of state-of-the-art high-throughput analyses including RNA sequencing (RNA-seq), Assay for Transposase-Accessible Chromatin (ATAC-seq), Precision nuclear Run-On sequencing (PRO-seq), Chromatin Immunoprecipitation/DNA Sequencing (ChIP-Seq, CUT&RUN), high throughput CRISPR screens, sequencing analysis of the microbiome and virome, and the identification and analysis of long noncoding and circular RNAs.
Requirements: The candidate requires a Ph.D. or equivalent doctoral degree in bioinformatics, computational biology or related fields. A candidate with a master’s degree and additional lab or industry experience in computational biology will also be considered. The position requires experience with Linux-based environments and proficiency in Pearl/Python or R. Candidates must be self-driven, organized, work well in teams and have excellent oral and written communication skills.
The successful applicant will conduct research with Dr. Jeffrey
http://jeffreylab.mgh.harvard.edu/ and Dr. Mullen http://mullenlab.mgh.harvard.edu/
Interested candidates should send their cover letter, current curriculum vitae and the contact information for three references to either Dr. Jeffrey (KJeffrey@mgh.harvard.edu) or Dr. Mullen (acmullen@mgh.harvard.edu).
Harvard University and Massachusetts General Hospital are equal opportunity/affirmative action employers. Women and minority applicants are particularly encouraged to apply. (3.24.19)

Preceptor in Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology, Harvard University, Faculty of Arts and Sciences
The Harvard Department of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology (HSCRB) is the first and only cross-school academic department in both the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Harvard Medical School. As a result, the educational mission spans undergraduate, graduate, and medical communities on both the Cambridge and Longwood campuses, as well as the Harvard-affiliated hospitals. Pedagogically, the curriculum emphasis hands-on laboratory experience and inquiry-based learning.
Duties and Responsibilities: Works as a preceptor for undergraduate courses in HSCRB, with responsibility for SCRB 10 (Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology) and two advanced laboratory courses (SCRB 15 – CRISPR Cas9: Precision Genetics and Gene Therapy; SCRB 50 – a new molecular biology lab course to launch spring 2020). Reports to the Associate Director of Education in HSCRB, in close collaboration with the faculty instructors of the courses. This position is for one year, with reappointment possible on a yearly basis for up to eight years (within the eligibility guidelines of the FAS), contingent on performance, curricular need, position availability, and divisional dean authorization. More info and how to apply.

Allergan - Senior Researcher, Research and External Science & Innovation, location is Cambridge, MA.
We are seeking two Ph.D.s and or M.D.s, ideally with post-doctoral experience in an innovative area of neuroscience that complements internal capabilities. This is a unique opportunity within a different kind of pharma company.
Position Summary: The Research and External Science and & Innovation (RESI) team is responsible for identifying, evaluating, and championing the science of external (and internal) projects and partnership opportunities across our therapeutic areas from pre-clinical through development. Our business model is dependent on external sourcing of pipeline opportunities and as such the group has a unique ability to impact the success and future direction of the company. The RESI team evaluates strategic areas of interest, considers creative ways to progress programs through partnerships, and provides scientific leadership to partnered and internal projects. Like a venture capital firm, we evaluate the external landscape and, with our colleagues across the R&D organization, recommend where to invest for our pipeline. A few recent examples include our acquisition and spin of Naurex/Aptinyx for novel anti-depressants, our acquisition of CGRP compounds from Merck, our CRISPR partnership with Editas in ophthalmology, and our partnership with Heptares for novel muscarinic molecules.
The successful candidate will bring neuroscience expertise in an emerging area of science to complement internal capabilities while welcoming the challenge of new areas. While contributing to these activities, the successful candidate will learn drug discovery and development, be challenged with new areas of science, be exposure to a diversity of small biotechs, investment models and venture capital firms.

https://agn.referrals.selectminds.com/jobs/sr-researcher-research-and-external-science-innovation-8345.  (3.22.19)

Brigham & Women’s Hospital Postdoctoral position – The Nasr Lab
One postdoctoral position is available immediately in the laboratory of Dr. Nasr for a highly motivated individual interested in using cryo-EM for the structural studies of viral membrane proteins in nanodiscs. The project will employ a rang of techniques including: membrane protein expression and purification, mammalian cell culture; and nanodisc engineering.  Experience in cryo-EM is preferred but not required.
Applicant should have a recent Ph.D (or anticipate to graduate soon) in a biological field.
The Nasr lab is in the Division of Engineering in Medicine and Renal at Brigham & Women’s Hospital, part of the Harvard Medical School research community at the Longwood Medical Area in Boston, MA. Applicant should email a cover letter and a CV, and arrange for 3 letters of references to be emailed to Dr Nasr ; mahmoud_nasr@hms.harvard.edu.  Please be sure to indicate in your cover letter if you would require visa sponsorship. (3.11.19)

Postdoctoral Research Position in Nephrology; Schlondorff Lab; Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School
A postdoctoral fellow position is available immediately in the laboratory of Johannes Schlondorff in the Division of Nephrology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts.  The laboratory focuses on understanding glomerular podocytes and their role in kidney health and disease, with a particular interest in understanding the development and progression of proteinuric kidney diseases such as focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS).  Several current projects focus on the role of TRPC6 channel mutations as a genetic cause of FSGS.  The laboratory utilizes an array of techniques spanning protein biochemistry, cell biology, and genetically engineered mouse models in our efforts.
Candidates must have a Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. degree with a strong background in cell biology, cell signaling or animal models.  Prior experience in the areas of kidney disease or TRP channel biology is highly desirable, but not necessary.  Applicants should have a record of scientific achievement, be highly self-motivated, have a collaborative attitude, and have excellent organizational and communication skills.
EOE M/F/VET/DISABILITY/GENDER IDENTITY/SEXUAL ORIENTATION
To apply, please send a cover letter and CV to: jschlond@bidmc.harvard.edu. (3.5.19)

Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Cancer Biology – Boston Children’s Hospital
Applications are currently being accepted for a postdoctoral fellow to join the laboratory of Khashayar Vakili at Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts. Our research focuses on elucidating the biology of liver cancer by analyzing signaling pathways of interest and developing in vitro and in vivo models with a focus on translational studies.
Qualified candidates must have a Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. degree with a strong background in advanced molecular biology, genetics, cell culture techniques, animal models, and cancer biology. Candidates must be self-motivated and possess strong communication/organizational skills along with a collaborative attitude. A strong record of scientific achievement is preferred. Salary will be determined based on the candidate’s experience and qualifications.
Please send cover letter, CV, and information for at least three references to:
Alex Lam at alexander.lam@childrens.harvard.edu (3.4.19)

Novartis:  Principal / Sr. Principal Scientific Computing - Multiple Locations
The digital revolution is changing everything, especially in pharmaceuticals where we are collecting more data in our clinical trials than ever before. The question is, what do we do with it? At Novartis, we have over 20 years of untapped data waiting to be explored – thereby unlocking the secrets of the next breakthrough in innovative medicines for patients in need. We are forming a new Scientific Computing and Consulting team that has the opportunity to reimagine how Novartis handles its clinical trial data by enabling the use of state of the art computing infrastructure, leveraging advanced visualization software solutions to dynamically explore our data in an interactive and collaborative manner.
Your Responsibilities:
- Drive the evaluation of business technology, scientific software, novel visualization tools, automated data provisioning pipelines and computation infrastructure improve, increase and enhance the quality and
efficiency of Novartis drug development
- Provide a tight link with the IT organization. Uses influencing skills to ensure infrastructure and decisions made on IT systems meet the needs of the business, i.e. enable the business for the delivery of complex analytics
- Provide software tools and IT infrastructure solutions to enable Quantitative Sciences to work efficiently and effectively to deliver on tasks and make quantitative decisions to trial and or project level activities including dynamic solutions to proactively explore data and deeply characterize patients
- Incorporate evidence from sources of big data (e.g. genomics, biomarkers, digital technology, sensors, imaging and real world evidence)
- Supports the implementation, communication and education of innovative data interrogation / visualization methods
- Builds collaborative working relationships and communicates effectively with Quantitative Sciences partners along with clinical teams promote a greater mindset where associates may leverage each other’s skills in an open and transparent manner
Full details and to apply: 
https://www.novartis.com/careers/career-search/job-details/258285BR (2.26.19)

Center for Virology and Vaccine Research, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School, Whitney Laboratory
Description: A postdoctoral fellow position is available immediately in the Viral Dynamics Laboratory in the area of HIV cure and/or emerging diseases (https://www.whitneylaboratory.com). The fellow will be directly responsible for the conduct of experiments and analysis of data and will work together with other team members in drafting reports and manuscripts.
Requirements: A Ph.D. in immunology, or related field; Must have experience developing and validating complex multi-color flow cytometry panels, performing cell sorting, or performing functional immunology assays with primary cells. Evidence of productivity with first author publications in high impact journals is required. Experience working in BSL2/BSL3 conditions and with human or non-human primate samples is preferred, but not required..
EOE M/F/VET/DISABILITY/GENDER IDENTITY/SEXUAL ORIENTATION
To apply, please send CV to jwhitne2@bidmc.harvard.edu  (2.12.19)


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