We are looking to hire a computational biologist to join our immunology and vaccine research team at the US Army’s Biotechnology HPC Software Applications Institute in Frederick, Maryland, USA.
This individual will be working on projects ranging from machine learning methods to identify potential correlates of immunity, repertoire analysis to characterize vaccine-induced immune responses, and kinetic modeling to define possible mechanisms of protection.
The individual will be expected to work closely with biologists and immunologists in vaccine research groups at the United States Army Institute of Infectious Diseases and the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research on pre-clinical and clinical research in Ebola, malaria, and dengue fever.
This is a permanent position and we offer a competitive salary. Specific details about the position requirements can be found in the link below. If you are interested in applying for this position, feel free to apply directly using the link below, or email me for more information.
Please note this position is through Henry M. Jackson Foundation, a defense contractor that staffs many biomedical scientist positions in the Department of Defense. Thanks!
Sid Chaudhury, Ph.D.
Biotechnology HPC Software Applications Institute (BHSAI)
Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center
US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command
Fort Detrick, Maryland, USA