Lung Infection and Immunity Unit, Division of Pulmonology, Department of Medicine
Eligibility: A PhD degree within the last five years.
Value and tenure of fellowship: R120 000 per annum (the university will obtain a SARS tax exemption for this post); one year and renewable for a further two years to four years contingent on satisfactory progress.
Job description: Experience in flow cytometry, real-time PCR and tissue culture is desirable but not essential. The incumbent will be required to perform limited teaching and student supervision. The work will encompass studies of human pulmonary host immune responses to pathogens, including M tuberculosis.
Applicants must agree to comply with UCT's approved policies, procedures and practices for postdoctoral researchers.
Please forward covering letter and CV to Nyameka on Fax: 021 448 6815 or email Nyameka Mhlonyelwa-mona.
Enquiries: Contact number is 021 406 6200/6197
Closing date for applications is on 24 October, and interviews will take place in the week of 29 October.
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