VGTI Opportunities
positions updated: Monday, January 14, 2013 and may close at any time

Postdoctoral Fellowships:

Postdoctoral Position 21
Vaccine and Gene Therapy Institute. Immediate position available for a post-doctoral fellow with cellular and molecular immunology experience to study HIV/SIV immunopathogenesis and the development and homeostasis of protective, memory T cell responses in HIV/SIV and CMV infections of humans and non-human primates. Background in basic cellular immunology and molecular biology techniques is essential; flow cytometry experience is preferred. Please send curriculum vitae and the names of 3 references (with email addresses)to: Dr. Louis J. Picker, Associate Director, Vaccine and Gene Therapy Institute; Oregon Health Sciences University -- West Campus, 505 NW 185th Ave. Beaverton, OR 97006,

Postdoctoral Position Available


APRIL 7, 2011
A position is available for a highly motivated individual to work on the development of cytomegalovirus-based vaccines.  This job will be part of a multi-team effort to generate recombinant, attenuated cytomegalovirus vectors for SIV/HIV vaccine trials in animals and humans.  This individual must be a team player and have demonstrated ability to perform within time constraints and reach defined milestones.

Experience in the following techniques is desirable:  Molecular cloning, cell culture including DNA transfections and retroviral transductions, DNA and protein analyses, bacterial artificial chromosome-based cloning technology and general virological techniques.

Individuals should have an MD or PhD with some post-doctoral experience and a thorough knowledge of molecular biology, cell culture and virology.  Dependent upon experience, salary will range between $39,756 - $42,624.
Please send a cover letter, c.v. and three references to

Trini Wientjes
Administrative Director
Vaccine & Gene Therapy Institute

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