A position is available for a postdoctoral fellow with an interest in studying how viruses interact with the immune system. We are particularly interested in noroviruses, coronaviruses, and emerging bat viruses. Our goals are to understand how these viruses enter cells, and evade innate and adaptive immunity across species including humans and bats. The lab is a fun and welcoming environment and provides ample autonomy for creativity and pursuing high impact questions across virology and immunology. We welcome recent PhD graduates from diverse disciplines and provide the mentorship and training necessary for success. This work involves the use of mouse models, tissue culture, genome-wide CRISPR screens, molecular virology, and immunology techniques. Interested applicants should send a brief cover letter, a CV, and contact information for three references to Craig Wilen, Associate Professor of Laboratory Medicine and Immunobiology (firstname.lastname@example.org).