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PhD position on structural biology of signal regulation by the Neurofibromatosis Type 1 (NF1) protein invited by the Medical University Innsbruck
A PhD position in the structural biology of signal regulation by the Neurofibromatosis Type 1 (NF1) protein (for overview see: Ratner & Miller, 2015, Nat Rev Cancer. 15, 290-301) is available at the Division of Biological Chemistry of the Biocenter at Innsbruck Medical University. The project covers the 3D-characterization of a recently identified protein complex (Dunzendorfer et al., 2016, PNAS 113, 7497-7502; Stowe et al., 2012, Genes & Development 26, 1421-1426) employing biomolecular crystallography, biochemistry and potentially cell biology. For inquiries/application please contact: Klaus.Scheffzek@i-med.ac.at
The Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre (Melbourne, Australia) seeking a highly-motivated Post-doc interested in melanoma immunotherapy
An opportunity exists immediately for a highly motivated and skilled post-doctoral scientist to be appointed as a Research Fellow in Translational Melanoma Immunology.
The candidate will join the Cancer immunotherapy laboratory whilst working closely with the Melanoma and Skin Service and the Division of Cancer Surgery. Click here to download further details .
The Medical Unviversity of Vienna now recruiting highly talented PhD-Students for the International PhD Program in Molecular, Cellular and Clinical Allergology
The Medical and Veterinary Universities of Vienna are now accepting applications from highly-motivated and students with a passion for science wishing to work towards a PhD in the fields of Molecular, Cellular and Clinical Allergology (MCCA).
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The Institute of Medical Psychology and Behavioral Neurobiology of the University of Tübingen seeking a highly motivated PhD student
The Institute of Medical Psychology and Behavioral Neurobiology of the University of Tübingen is seeking a highly motivated PhD student to work on a project about the role of sleep in immune functions. For more information, download the announcement here.
Professor and Head/Chair of Inflammation at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia
An exciting new partnership between the University of Technology Sydney, Australia and the Centenary Institute, the Centre for Inflammation Research has led to the creation of a new position that will see you charged with establishing a globally recognised program of inflammation research. For more information please visit here.
Postdoctoral and PhD positions available at the Institute of Neuroimmunology and Multiple Sclerosis (INIMS) in Hamburg
The Institute of Neuroimmunology and Multiple Sclerosis (INIMS) in Hamburg (Germany) is currently accepting applications for a postdoctoral position to analyze the functional role of synaptic molecules in dendritic cells and how they contribute to their direct interaction with peripheral nerves, and for a PhD student position to investigate sex specific differences in immune cell responses in the pathogenesis of MS and its mouse model. Click on either of the two links above for full details.
Post-doctoral position available at the Center for Infectiology Research, Université Lyon 1
The Center for Infectiology Research (CIRI), INSERM U1111–CNRS, UMR5308 - Université Lyon 1– ENS Lyon, France invites applications from enthusiastic and independent post-doctoral candidates to join an ANR Lab-EX Grant-funded project (a fully funded 2-year postdoc position) focusing on flavivirus (Dengue, zika virus) and the activation of the innate immune response via the sensing of infected cells, as well as viral strategies for immune evasion. Go here for further details.
Postdoctoral position opening c/o the Institute for Medical Microbiology, Immunology and Hygiene at the Technical University Munich, Germany
The recruiting group is interested in the cellular immunoregulation of human T cells in health and disease. Their particular focus centers on the question of how T helper cells differentiate, how their cytokine memory is maintained and whether and how they undergo functional plasticity in settings of infections as well as chronic inflammatory diseases. Read more here.
Postoctoral Positions c/o the Engin Lab, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Postdoc positions being recruited at the Engin Lab, University of Wisconsin - Madison to investigate how unfolded protein response (UPR) contributes to beta cell and immune cell communication in autoimmune diabetes. Click here to download full details.
Postoctoral Position at the Department of Tumor Microbiology and Cell Biology, Karolinska Institutet
The Karolinska Insitutet Department of Tumor Microbiology and Cell Biology is currently seeking a motivated investigator to fill a vacancy for postoctoral position to join a research project on the response and role of human NK cells in anti-immune checkpoint cancer therapy. Click here for full details.