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Postdoctoral Positions Available in the Aksoy Lab
We are inviting motivated Postdoctoral Scientists to join our group to study the physiology, and the molecular and genetic mechanisms involved in host-pathogen interactions in the tsetse fly-African trypanosome system. We study the role of the fly immune system and the influences of tsetse's endosymbiotic bacteria in the parasite infection process.  We also investigate parasite mediated mechanisms that modify tsetse's vector competence efficiency and influences the transmission success of trypanosomes to the next mammal in fly saliva. Finally, we are developing transmission blocking vaccines that target antigens present on the parasites in saliva that are deposited to the mammalian bite site.We are looking for highly motivated scientists trained in a related field such as entomol

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