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Postdoctoral position in molecular parasitology
Martsinovsky Institute of Medical Parasitology, Tropical and Vector-Borne Diseases is a part of the First Medical University (Sechenov University). Current research priorities include dirofilariasis, malaria, mosquito- and tick-borne viral infections, leishmaniosis.
A successful candidate will be responsible for analysis of the available epidemiological, clinical and experimental data and preparation of publications on a wide specter of parasitic and vector-borne diseases, primarily tick-borne encephalitis and dirofilariasis. A dedicated project can be discussed based on personal experience, qualifications and available facilities.
The position will be supervised by Professor Alexander Lukashev:
Scopus ID 7003764337
Web of Science ID G-2777-2013
Ph.D., excellent English (preferably native), good writing skills, experience in independent preparation of publications, ability to get familiar with new topics. Basic experience with GIS (geo-informational systems) is a plus.
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