Join ADARC as we break new ground in vital HIV and AIDS research.
Current open positions:
POSTDOCTORAL OPPORTUNITY IN IMMUNOLOGY/VACCINOLOGY OF HIV/MALARIA
HIV and Malaria Vaccine Program
A postdoctoral position is immediately available to study cell-mediated immunity against HIV/malaria and develop vaccine against HIV/malaria in a transgenic mouse and humanized mouse models. The mechanism of a CD1d-binding glycolipid as an adjuvant may also be investigated. For more information about our work, click here.
A Ph.D. or equivalent degree in the area of Immunology with a background in cellular and molecular immunology, plus having at least one first-authored publication in an English language journal is required. Experience with handling mice and flow cytometry is preferable. Funding for this position is for two years with opportunity for renewal. Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center provides health insurance for postdoctoral researchers and their dependents. Please send curriculum vitae plus the names and addresses of three references electronically to: email@example.com
POST DOCTORAL FELLOW IN DR. MASAHIRO YAMASHITA'S LAB
One post-doctoral position is available in the lab of Masahiro Yamashita. Research focus of our lab is directed toward understanding molecular mechanism of early steps of HIV-1 replication. We are seeking an individual with a strong interest in virus and host interaction to work on a project investigating how viral capsid utilizes cellular factors to facilitate uncoating, nuclear transport and integration. A Ph.D. is required. Candidates should have a solid background in molecular biology and tissue culture, a good track record of academic publications, and experience working independently in a multi-disciplinary environment. Strong written and oral communication skills are essential.
This position is available immediately, fully funded and open to citizens of eligible countries. To apply send a cover letter detailing previous experience and your specific interest in the position, curriculum vitae and the names and contact information of three references. Direct all inquiries and applications to firstname.lastname@example.org with the identifier 'Yamashita postdoc' in the subject line.
POST DOCTORAL FELLOW IN DR. DAVID HO'S LAB
Job Description: Under the supervision of the principal investigator, Dr. David Ho, this person will conduct postdoctoral-level research in HIV-related virology and immunology. The candidate should have expertise in molecular biology, biochemistry, and cell culture techniques, and additional expertise in antibody discovery and engineering is preferred.
The postdoctoral fellow will function as part of a team at ADARC working on strategies for HIV prevention. As part of the team, the candidate will design, conduct and analyze experiments and experimental data, develop new ideas that promote current research, prepare and publish scientific manuscripts under direction of principal investigator, teach techniques to others, and may be responsible for the operation of specific equipment. The candidate is also expected to bring new expertise to the team's current research program.
As a team member, s/he will present research results at laboratory meetings, institutional seminars and national conferences. The candidate should also be proficient in English in order to successfully communicate and write research results for scientific publications as necessary.
Eligibility Requirements: M.D. or Ph.D. in immunology, virology, biochemistry or related field from a top-tier university or research program and an excellent publication record.
To apply send a cover letter detailing previous experience and your specific interest in the position, curriculum vitae and submit three recommendation letters. Direct all inquiries and applications to email@example.com with the identifier "POST DOCTORAL FELLOW IN DR. DAVID HO'S LAB" in the subject line.
Drs. David Ho and Martin Markowitz at the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center, an affiliate of The Rockefeller University are actively recruiting candidates for the Clinical Scholars Program, sponsored by RU (www.rucares.org). Applicants must have completed MD training and be eligible for NYS licensure. Research opportunities include clinical and laboratory projects in HIV-1 and influenza vaccine development, and HIV-1 drug resistance, pathogenesis and treatment. The three-year program provides compensation at the clinical instructor level, protected laboratory research time, convenient housing, excellent benefits and the opportunity to obtain a Masters in Clinical Investigation.
Interested candidates should contact firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.