Proposes and undertakes a mentored, innovative project to understand the epigenetics of immunomodulatory mechanisms after adenoviral infections. Designs and performs in vitro and animal experiments, analyzes and presents the outcome.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Doctoral degree (MD or PhD) with more than 1 year of lab experience. Bioinformatics experience is preferred.
Possible lifting of 10 to 20 lbs., depending on nature of chosen project(s).
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