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Join ADARC as we break new ground in vital HIV and AIDS research.

POST DOCTORAL ASSOCIATE (1)

Job Description: Under the supervision of the principal investigator, Dr. Xueling Wu, the candidate will conduct postdoctoral-level research in HIV-related virology and immunology. The candidate should have had training in molecular biology and cell culture techniques; additional expertise in virology and antibody immunology is preferred.

The postdoctoral associate will function as part of a team at ADARC working on the effort to develop effective HIV vaccines, by focusing on the identification and characterization of sequential envelope clones from SHIV-infected rhesus macaques and HIV-infected humans who developed broadly neutralizing antibodies. As part of the team, the candidate will design, conduct and analyze experiments and experimental data, develop new ideas that promote current research, prepare and publish scientific manuscripts under the direction of the principal investigator, teach techniques to others, and may be responsible for the operation of specific equipment. The candidate is also expected to bring new expertise to the team’s current research program.

As a team member, the candidate will present research results at laboratory meetings, institutional seminars and national conferences. The candidate should also be proficient in English in order to successfully communicate and write research results for scientific publications as necessary.

Eligibility Requirements: Ph.D. or M.D. in immunology, virology, cell biology or related field from a top-tier university or research program and an excellent publication record.

POST DOCTORAL ASSOCIATE (2):

Job Description: Under the supervision of the principal investigator, Dr. Xueling Wu, the candidate will conduct postdoctoral-level research in HIV-related virology and immunology.  The candidate should have had training in molecular biology, cell culture, and flow cytometry techniques; additional expertise in antibody and B cell immunology is preferred.

The postdoctoral associate will function as part of a team at ADARC working on strategies to develop effective HIV vaccines, by focusing on using a novel platform to identify and characterize HIV broadly neutralizing antibodies.  As part of the team, the candidate will design, conduct and analyze experiments and experimental data, develop new ideas that promote current research, prepare and publish scientific manuscripts under direction of the principal investigator, teach techniques to others, and may be responsible for the operation of specific equipment.  The candidate is also expected to bring new expertise to the team’s current research program.

As a team member, the candidate will present research results at laboratory meetings, institutional seminars and national conferences.  The candidate should also be proficient in English in order to successfully communicate and write research results for scientific publications as necessary.

Eligibility Requirements:  Ph.D. or M.D. in immunology, virology, cell biology or related field from a top-tier university or research program and an excellent publication record.

Applications: Interested candidates should send current CV with contact information and a statement of research interest and career goals to apply.

Mail resumes to:

The Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center

Denise Gottwald
Human Resources
455 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

Or e-mail: jobs@adarc.org or fax to 212-448-5158
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