International Junior Research Fellowships (Neglected Tropical Diseases), Centre for Global Infectious Diseases – Durham University
The Durham Centre for Global Infectious Diseases is seeking applications for the JRF scheme in research areas that relate to Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs). We would particular welcome applications from researchers that have an interest in working on leishmaniasis and Chagas disease across the interface between chemistry and biology. The JRF scheme is aimed at researchers with post-doctoral experience (typically 2-3 years), but recent doctorands of exceptional ability and researchers who have followed non-traditional academic career paths (such as in public corporations, NGOs or industry) are also encouraged to apply.
Closing date 4/11/17. For full details see advert: International JRF_Durham.
2 postdoc positions on 'Paragone', Vaccines for Animal Parasites, UCD Dublin
This is an exciting opportunity for a candidate with good skills in immunology, bioinformatics and/or experience in vaccine design to join a high-profile H2020 Project with partners across Europe and South America. The PARAGONE consortium is developing vaccines to protect livestock against parasitic diseases, and working to understand the mechanisms used by parasitic helminths to subvert host immune responses. Within the Consortium, the Mulcahy lab is working with colleagues in QUB and the University of Cordoba to advance vaccine – mediated protection of cattle and sheep against liver fluke (Fasciola hepatica) infection.