Outstanding, intellectually curious Postdoctoral Research Associate sought to drive investigation into complex virus-host interactions in the laboratory of Dr. Felicia Goodrum. Our highly collaborative molecular virology group is interested in virus-host interactions important to controlling the decision to enter into or exit latent programs. Specific questions of interest include: identify the mechanisms by which viral determinants regulate latency/reactivation, define the host pathways used by the virus "senses and respond" to cues for reactivation, define the viral transcriptome associated with cytomegalovirus latency, define how the virus manipulates of host pathways for the latent infection. Our research takes a deep dive into the cell biology around infection, including hematopoiesis, signaling, host membrane/protein trafficking as it relates to cargo sorting, and control of viral and host gene expression and signaling. For more information on the lab, please visit http://immunobiology.arizona.edu/research/goodrum-lab. Experience in host-pathogen interaction is desirable, but not required. Send curriculum vitae, a brief description of research experience, and the names of three references to:
The lab is located within the state-of-the-art BIO5 Institute at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona. Dr. Goodrum is professor in the Department of Immunobiology. Dr. Goodrum's research program has been recognized by a Pew Scholar in Biomedical Sciences Award, Howard Temin award, and Presidential Early Career in Science Award. She is also the incoming President-Elect for the American Society of Virology.
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