Postdoctoral fellows to study virus-host interactions

Weizmann Institute of Science

About the institute:

The Laufman lab studies the ways human RNA viruses interact with their host cells and transform them into viral manufactories using cutting-edge microscopy, molecular and cell biology, genetic and biochemistry approaches. We tackle questions at the forefront of the exciting field of virology. We are located in the heart of the vibrant campus of the Weizmann Institute of Science, which includes a variety of supportive services such as recreation center, infants’ daycare, lawns and sport fields and much more.

Institute description:

The Laufman lab at the Weizmann Institute of Science is looking for talented and highly motivated postdocs to study virus-host interactions. If you possess a strong background in molecular biology and the passion to execute a groundbreaking research using cutting-edge molecular and analytical approaches – your place is with us!

Required qualifications:

• PhD in biology/life sciences
• Extended hands-on experience in molecular biology approaches
• Extended hands-on experience in cell culture techniques
• Ability to work independently and in a team
• Ability to work in an organized and precise manner
• Interpersonal and mentoring skills
Experience in microscopy and cell biology approaches is an advantage

Institute location:

The department of Molecular Genetics at the Weizmann Institute of Science