This position Will report directly to the Principal Investigator (Dr. Igor Kramnik) and perform all the essential laboratory functions for his recently awarded R01HL126066-01A1 entitled "Necrosis in pulmonary TB granulomas: dynamics, mechanisms, therapies".
Immunochemical analysis of granulomas and isolation of phenotypic characterization of macrophages from TB granuloma
Perform FACS analysis, in vitro culture and infection of bone marrow-derived macrophages.
Analysis of cytokine gene expression and cell death pathways.
Develop and test noval congenic mouse models
Perform analysis of gene expression including preparation of libraries for RNA-seq.
Design, execute, interpret and present data to PI and prepare manuscripts for publications and at national and international conference meetings.
Salary: Grade 00
Doctoral degree required with 3-5 years of experience. Please send CV's to Dr. Igor Kramnik at firstname.lastname@example.org
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