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The Yang Lab studies virus, the most abundant organism on earth. Viruses infect all cellular life and they are the best cell biologists. Many viruses cause deadly diseases in human, other animals and plants. We are particularly interested in poxviruses. Poxviruses comprise a large family of viruses with large, linear DNA genomes. Smallpox, the deadliest viral disease in human history, is caused by variola, a member of poxviruses. Poxviruses also cause many other currently endemic human and animal diseases, for example, monkeypox, cowpox and Molluscum contagiosum. Poxviruses are becoming more widely developed to prevent or treat many infectious diseases and cancers.
We are seeking a highly motivated scientist to fill the position of a postdoctoral fellow researcher. The qualified individual will investigate NIH-funded project on poxvirus-host interactions, focusing on molecular mechanisms requlating selective protein synthesis during viral infection. Applicants need to submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, and Names and contact information for three professional references. Please see more details and apply through "apply now" at the following link.
Lab Lunch to celebrate graduation of Pragyesh and Marlene (May 2019)