Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
Oklahoma City, OK
A post-doctoral position is available immediately to study NKT subset differentiation and function. We are studying the role of E protein activity in these processes with the goal of understanding the molecular mechanisms and signaling pathways that determine NKT subset differentiation, and the functional roles of NKT subsets in infection and autoimmunity. Potential candidates must hold a Ph.D. in the biological sciences. Experience in mouse models and cellular immunology is desirable. Interested candidates should e-mail a CV, statement of research interests, and the names of referees to the address below.
If you want to meet during AAI please let me know and we can arrange it.
José Alberola-Ila, M.D., Ph. D.
Arthritis and Clinical Immunology
Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF)