| Duke Clinical Research Institute|
United States, North Carolina, Durham
300 West Morgan Street (Show on map)
|November 16, 2023|
Regular or Temporary:
Durham, NC, US, 27710
Nov 1, 2023
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This postdoc position will perform studies to better understand the genetic bases of mycobacterial pathogenesis and host susceptibility to mycobacterial infection, largely using a zebrafish model. We are interested in a creative, collaborative postdoc with previous training and expertise in at least one of the general areas we research/approaches we use, who is excited to expand their training into new areas and perform basic research to understand tuberculosis. Position is one year to start with extensions contingent on funding, performance, and needs of the lab.
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