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Postdoctoral Scholar- Suetterlin/Tan Lab Microbial Pathogenesis
University of California IrvinePostdoctoral Scholar- Suetterlin/Tan Lab Microbial PathogenesisWe are looking for highly motivated and scientifically curious individuals to fill NIH-funded post-doctoral scholar positions to study Chlamydia, the most commonly reported cause of infectious disease in the U.SResearch areas: 1) Developmental regulation: mechanisms by which Chlamydia uses its cell size, small RNAs and temporal gene expression to control differentiation between its replicating and infectious forms.2) Host-pathogen interactions: how this obligate intracellular bacterium dysregulate


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