The Suliman Lab is now recruiting for Assistant Professional Researchers. The candidate is expected to lead immunological experiments to define the roles of host factors and viral co-infections hypothesized to mediate tuberculosis (TB) progression using in vitro assays including Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) infections of primary human cells. The experiments will require skills in tissue culture, flow cytometry, gene editing and will include BSL3 training to perform in vitro infections. Data analysis will also require computational and statistical expertise. The projects will likely evolve into using animal models, but training will take place when those skills are needed. The professional researcher is also expected to co-s
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