Immunobiology Training Program
Immunobiology Postdoctoral positions are available for NIH T32 eligible candidates (US citizens or permanent residents) at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in The Immunobiology Institute and The Research Division of Immunology in the Department of Biomedical Sciences.
- Amin, Mahul (Discovery and validation of biomarkers in urologic malignancies for clinical personalized medicine)
- Arditi, Moshe (Innate immunity, TLRs-NLRP3 inlammasome, immunopathology of atherosclerosis and asthma, Lung Inflammation and Chlamydia pneumoniae).
- Bernstein, Kenneth (Macrophage differentiation and function, antigen presentation, pathogen killing)
- Greene, Mark (Structure and function of proteins involved in Treg function and FOXP3 transcription, small molecule design of TNF superfamily inhibitory molecules)
- Kaye, Jonathan (Molecular regulation of T cell development, differentiation and cell fate decisions)
- Koeffler, Phillip (Transcription factors stimulate antimicrobial Activity. Cancer and inflammation. Regard Phil)
- Liu, George (Microbial pathogenesis; MRSA modulation of host immune responses)
- McLachlan, Sandra (Pathogenesis of autoimmune thyroid disease; TSH receptor structure and function)
- Rapport, Basil (Pathogenesis of autoimmune thyroid disease; TSH receptor structure and function)
- Rotter, Jerome (Genetic epidemiology of cardiovascular/metabolic, inflammatory bowel, and eye diseases)
- Shah, Prediman (Molecular mechanisms of atherosclerosis, immuno-modulation of atherosclerosis, gene therapy of atherosclerosis)
- Targan, Stephan (Immuno-pathogenesis of Inflammatory Bowel Disease)
- Town, Terrence (Innate and adaptive neuroimmunology of Alzheimer's Disease, stroke, and encephalitis)
- Underhill, David (Macrophage & dendritic cell microbial recognition)
- Weisman, Michael (Environmental and genetic risk for rheumatic diseases)
Requirements: Highly motivated and accomplished individuals with a PhD and/or MD degree and a strong background in Immunology and/or Cell Biology and Molecular Biology. Both new graduates and those with some postdoctoral experience are encouraged to apply.
To Apply: Please submit curriculum vitae, a brief summary of research experience, a list of faculty of interest, approximate date of availability, and the names of three references to:
Moshe Arditi, M.D.
Vice-Chair, Department of Pediatrics CSMS
Professor of Pediatrics
Director, Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases and Immunology,
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Department of Pediatrics,
8700 Beverly Blvd, Room 4220
Los Angeles, California 90048