NIH funded Postdoctoral Position Immunogenetics of Infectious Disease


University of Wisconsin-Madison


University of Wisconsin-Madison


Project addresses newly identified human immune gene variants of interleukin-6 subject to regulation by lncRNA, which predispose to infectious disease in the population. This precision medicine project combines genomics, genetics, analysis of human iPSCs, CRISPR editing, and assay of immune responses. Background in genetics and cellular and molecular biology desirable.

Individual will work in the new state-of-the-art Microbial Sciences Building at the UW-Madison, the flagship campus. The sucessful candidate is expected to function independently and with a skilled team including the principal investigator.

Experience in cell culture, molecular biology and bioinformatics are desirable but not required. The position is available immediately. UW-Madison offers a vibrant scientific campus and community and the city is ranked among the best places to live.

Send a CV with cover letter and references (as one PDF) to Bruce Klein at: [email protected]

Closing date: 

Sunday, December 1, 2019 - 15:15