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Liverpool, UK: Postdoc to study the genetic and ecological drivers of immunological variation PDF Tisk Email
A 4yr+ post-doc is available in Steve Paterson's group in the University
of Liverpool to use wild rodents as a model to study the genetic and
ecological drivers of immunological variation in natural populations, and
the consequences of this variation for susceptibility and tolerance to
infectious disease. Closing date is 29th July. Further details and
applications through the Liverpool site below: 
You will play a key part in an exciting, multidisciplinary programme that
will investigate immunological variation among individuals. The project
will use wild rodents as a novel model where immunological measures,
leveraged from laboratory mice, can be placed within an ecological setting
to examine how immune responses are shaped by nutrition, previous pathogen
exposure and other ecological factors.  You will be responsible for
computational and genetic analyses of this dataset. A PhD in biology and
relevant experience is required.  The post is available until 31 December
Relevant papers:
Prof Steve Paterson
Institute of Integrative Biology
University of Liverpool
L69 7ZB, UK
Tel +44 151 795 4521
Fax +44 151 795 4408
Mob +44 797 024 7668

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