The long-term goal of our research team is to understand how immune cells are activated by pathogens and how their functions are coordinated to eradicate the pathogen. The current research is focusing on how the signaling of Toll-like receptors (TLRs), a prototype of mammalian “pattern-recognizing” receptor family, activates immune response in vivo. The main research aims are to define the role of TLR signaling (1) in the immune response to pathogens; (2) in mucosal immunity; (3) in autoimmune diseases.
We are seeking for highly motivated persons to join our lab.
1. Assistant /Associate professor
The successful candidates should have recent a Ph.D. or postdoc training in molecular biology, immunology or virology with hands-on techniques and good publications, a good command of spoken and written English.
Interested applicants should email (1) curriculum vitae, (2) names with contact information of two references, (3) representative publications, (4) short description of the past work and future plans, and (5) any other related documents that might help to manifest his/her capability to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Positions are open until filled.