Postdoctoral Fellow- Immunology and Signal Transduction
3-4 Postdoctoral Positions in Dr. Toshi Kawakami Lab are immediately available for studies in:
• Mechanisms of IgE/FceRI-mediated activation and signal transduction.
• Role of histamine-releasing factor in allergies and inflammation.
• Animal models of allergic diseases.
Refer to our publications: Immunity 14:791, 2001; Nat Rev Immunol 2:773, 2002; PNAS 100:12911, 2003; Cancer Cell 16:161, 2009; J Exp Med 206:1219, 2009; Immunity 34:893, 2011; J Clin Invest 122:218, 2012; Cell Reports 6:366, 2014.
• Molecular and cell biological techniques, transgenic and mast cell knock-in techniques, and mouse allergic disease models are being used.
• Highly motivated individuals with an M.D. or Ph.D. degree are welcome to apply.
Interested individuals should submit their CV when applying, as well as send an email to
Toshiaki Kawakami, MD, PhD
Please apply HERE
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