Research Faculty Position
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- DescriptionEmory University, Department of Pediatrics is seeking a junior faculty member to join an innovative interdisciplinary team focusing on studies the mechanisms of enveloped virus entry into cells and its regulation by host factors.
- We combine molecular/cell biology, biophysics and quantitative microscopy techniques, such as single particle tracking and super-resolution imaging, to investigate the early steps of viral infection - membrane fusion, transport and uncoating of the viral core.
- To gain structural insights into virus entry intermediates, we are implementing correlative light-cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-CLEM) techniques.
- A qualified candidate should have a Ph. D. degree, postdoctoral training in a relevant field, and excellent publications.
- Emory University provides excellent training and collaborative environment for research.
- For more information regarding projects in the laboratory, please visit: and applicants should apply online and contact Dr. Gregory Melikian (aka Melikyan) at
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