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Posted Friday, July 26, 2019
This position involves teaching, research and diagnostic parasitology. The department and college have a strong, vibrant, nationally and internationally recognized infectious diseases program. The instructional responsibilities will be to teach parasitology in an innovative DVM professional program, and there will be opportunities to teach graduate level courses consistent with the candidateGÇÖs and collegeGÇÖs focus. Evidence of research in parasitology and ability to establish an independent research program is required with background in the following areas especially encouraged: zoonotic parasitic infections, arthropod borne disease, natural and experimental animal models of parasitic diseases, parasiticide resistance, and mechanisms of resistance or susceptibility to parasitic infections. The successful applicant will also supervise the parasitology laboratory of the Virginia Tech Animal Laboratory Service (an AAVLD accredited laboratory), provide consultative parasitology service to clients, and provide recommendations on new technologies relative to parasitology assays.
Posted Friday, June 28, 2019
The Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary medicine has multiple openings for oncology technicians. These positions will provide technical support to clinical faculty and senior veterinary students in the oncology section of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, including ward and treatment room management, administering treatments, chemotherapy agents, and medications ordered by clinical faculty and residents. Position will be located at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Blacksburg and then eventually move to CORC in Roanoke. The job duties will change when it moves to CORC, and will include Anesthesia, Surgery and Radiology.
Posted Friday, June 28, 2019
The Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center (EMC) in Leesburg, Virginia is seeking successful candiate to be responsible for administration and management of the business office and client services. These responsibilities include direction and oversight of the following: budget preparation and analysis, accounting, and all financial functions at the EMC including accounts payable, accounts receivable, audits, and patient accounts; client reception and admissions, client scheduling and communications, medical records and the switchboard; EzyVet, patient accounts, and client satisfaction; human resources and payroll and supervision of staff in these areas
Posted Friday, June 21, 2019
The Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences of the Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine invites applications to become a part of our team in emergency medicine and community practice. The fulltime clinical instructor will spend 45% of his/her time seeing emergency cases as well as providing primary case management of emergency and ICU patients, this portion of the appointment includes day time, evening duty and weekends on a rotating basis. 25% will be dedicated to provide laboratory instruction in the DVM curriculum and the remaining 30% will be dedicated to seeing patients in the community practice in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. In addition, the successful candidate will provide consultation to clients and referring veterinarians seeking emergency care for their animals. Applicants must be committed to excellent patient management, client service, and clinical teaching. Teaching will primarily be focused on clinical instruction to DVM students assigned to the emergency service and community practice but will also include teaching and supervision of interns and residents working in the emergency service and community practice.
Posted Wednesday, June 12, 2019
The Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking a manager for its Comparative Oncology Research Center (CORC) in Roanoke, Virginia. The ideal candidate will possess strong management, administrative and organizational skills. This position will be responsible for managing the daily operations of CORC on a direct basis to ensure effective and efficient operations. The manager is responsible for developing and maintaining a culture that promotes a positive customer experience and maintaining an operation that is welcoming to clients, their pets and referring veterinarians. This position requires the ability to be on-call 24/7 to handle urgent operational and staffing issues. Other duties may be assigned by VMC leadership. Hours vary and are based upon business needs.
Posted Friday, June 7, 2019
The Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences of the Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine invites applications for a faculty position in Dermatology. This is a fulltime clinical or Tenure track position. The primary job responsibility will be management of the dermatology service in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. In addition, the successful candidate will provide consultation to primary care clinicians in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital and referring veterinarians. Teaching assignments will include didactic teaching of student courses and participation in laboratories involving dermatology and related disciplines. The successful candidate will also participate in continuing education programs of the College and faculty governance activities. The candidate must be committed to excellent patient management, client service and clinical teaching. Participation is expected in general departmental service activities, such as meetings, resident seminars, journal club and rounds. Research responsibilities will vary based on the track, interest and qualification of the candidate and may include independent, collaborative or translational research. The successful candidate will be encouraged to work with ongoing research programs within the College, in order to contribute to the scholarly mission of the department.
Posted Monday, June 3, 2019
Virginia Tech's Department of Population Health Sciences seeks to attract a tenure-track faculty member in the area of Infectious Disease Population Modeling. Virginia Tech has made a strategic investment in hiring diverse, innovative faculty, including six others in PHS, to advance a vision to grow beyond boundaries as a premier 21st-century, global, land-grant institution through our Destination Areas initiative (https://provost.vt.edu/destination-areas.html). As interconnected areas of strength, Destination Areas facilitate faculty collaborations that bridge disciplines to create innovative and transformative solutions to global issues, while positioning Virginia Tech as a premier destination for talent that seeks to advance the human condition. The position is envisioned as contributing to transdisciplinary research, teaching, and/or outreach initiatives that align with our Global Systems Science and/or Data and Decisions Destination Areas. These two clusters focus on transdisciplinary study of the dynamic interplay between natural and social systems and advancing the human condition and society with better decisions through data.
This position will be based on the main campus at Virginia Tech, a land-grant university in Blacksburg, Virginia, situated in the scenic New River Valley.
Responsibilities: The new faculty member will (1) develop a significant, externally-funded research program in infectious disease modeling, working synergistically across disciplines that may include public health, mathematics, statistics, biology, economics and public policy to identify and pursue research opportunities; (2) teach an average of two to three courses per year with content focused on mathematical modeling for public health students, as well as occasional guest lectures in other courses; (3) mentor undergraduate and graduate students; (4) serve on committees as a contributing member of the department and the broader university community; and (5) provide outreach and professional service in technical and professional societies and associations. The Department of Population Health Sciences and the Public Health Programs embrace a One Health perspective, which recognizes the dynamic interdependence of human, animal, and environmental health and the need for wide transdisciplinary collaboration to protect, promote, and improve health.
The Department currently offers the Master of Public Health (MPH) degree and a Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) degree. The department also serves students working towards their doctorate in Veterinary Medicine (DVM), or their MS and PhD degrees in Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences or Translational Biology Medicine and Health. The Department also houses an academic-public health department partnership, the VT Center for Public Health Practice and Research, and the Center for Public and Corporate Veterinary Medicine.
Virginia Tech also recognizes the critical importance of diversity in its faculty, students and staff along multiple dimensions; and as such, Virginia Tech does not discriminate against employees, students, or applicants on the basis of age, color, disability, sex (including pregnancy), gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status, or otherwise discriminate against employees or applicants who inquire about, discuss, or disclose their compensation or the compensation of other employees or applicants, or on any other basis protected by law.
Virginia Tech is a public landGÇÉgrant university, committed to teaching and learning, research, and outreach to the Commonwealth of Virginia, the nation, and the world. Building on its motto of Ut Prosim (that I may serve), Virginia Tech is dedicated to serving in the spirit of community, diversity, and excellenceGÇöInclusiveVT. We seek candidates who adopt and practice efforts to increase access and inclusion to create a community that nurtures learning and growth for all of its members. Virginia Tech actively seeks a broad spectrum of candidates to join our community in preparing leaders for the world.
Posted Friday, May 10, 2019
The successful candidate is expected to work independently in a molecular virology laboratory on research projects studying the molecular mechanisms of positive-strand RNA virus replication, pathogenesis and vaccine development. The candidates will investigate the mechanism of hepatitis E virus replication and pathogenesis, and delineate the mechanism of host responses against hepatitis E virus infection. The candidate is expected to have good written and oral communication skills and is expected to provide some training for graduate students.
Posted Monday, April 22, 2019
The Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine invites applications for a full-time faculty position in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care. This position is a Clinical Track appointment with the academic rank of Assistant or Associate Professor level.
The Small Animal Clinical Sciences department faculty include specialists in surgery, internal medicine, cardiology, neurology, dermatology, ophthalmology, oncology, diagnostic imaging, anesthesia, and primary care. The successful applicant will join to expand our emergency and critical care team and share supervision of our combined emergency receiving and ICU services within our teaching hospital. Our Emergency and Critical Care service is in an exciting period of development and we are looking for an applicant who will be enthusiastic to contribute ideas and play a major role in the expansion of this program.
The duties of the successful applicant include participation in the teaching, service and scholarly missions of the College. The successful applicant is expected to participate in didactic teaching of veterinary students including instruction within a dynamic and interactive new curriculum, clerkship training in emergency medicine and toxicology, and emergency & critical care electives. The applicant is responsible for triage and primary case management of emergency and ICU patients as well as consultation to clients and referring veterinarians seeking critical care for their animals. In addition, clinical service duties include training of fourth year veterinary students, supervision of house officers on emergency duty, consultation to other primary care services, and leadership of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital Blood Bank and Intensive Care Unit. The remaining effort allocation of the applicant is focused on research and scholarly activity. An interest for teaching and collaborative research is strongly encouraged. Background check and occasional travel is required.
Posted Tuesday, April 16, 2019
The Department of Small Animal Clinical Science in the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech seeks a creative and visionary leader for the position of Department Head. The Department of Small Animal Clinical Science has three major missions common to land-grant institutions: deliver excellent professional and graduate veterinary medical education including intern and residency training, provide veterinary service to local clients and the referral veterinary community through exceptional patient care, and advance medical knowledge through research and scholarship.
The Department Head will provide leadership and management of all departmental academic, research and service activities. This entails mentorship of faculty and staff, administrative responsibility for planning, fiscal management, human resource development and communication. The Department Head is also expected to advance the research, teaching and clinical service missions of the department, nurture interdisciplinary collaboration and work toward the strategic goals of the department, college, and university. The Department Head is expected to foster scholarship and to integrate the clinical and research missions. In addition to departmental leadership responsibilities, the Head is expected to contribute personally to at least one of the core mission areas (teaching, service, research/scholarship) of the Department. The Department Head will be part of the CollegeGÇÖs leadership team and serve on the CollegeGÇÖs Executive Board.
The department has 33 full-time and 4 part-time faculty members. There are seven additional faculty FTE within the department. The College has implemented a new curriculum through all 4 years. The College has a vibrant veterinary teaching hospital with both primary care and a full range of specialty services. The faculty pride themselves in the quality of clinical service they provide and the compassionate care for their patients and clients. In addition to the Blacksburg Campus, a 16,000 sq foot Comparative Oncology Clinic is under construction in Roanoke beside the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine as part of the Fralin Biomedical Research Center. The facility will have a state-of-the-art Linear Accelerator (Varian Edge) and access to advanced imaging facilities include ultra-high field strength MRI, PET and CT imaging. The facility will also offer general surgery referral services and have the space for other specialty services to rotate as needed/desired. In addition, the Department has a faculty member assigned to Humane Rescue Alliance in Washington to oversee a core student clerkship providing surgical experience in there spay/neuter operation and experience in a high-volume shelter medicine from a premiere animal care facility. The College is planning hospital renovations and expansion that will provide capacity for the next 20-25 years.
Established in 1978, the VMCVM is unique among veterinary colleges in the U.S. The college is located at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg but also serves at the in-state veterinary college for the State of Maryland through its association with the University of Maryland at College Park, Maryland. The college is composed of five academic departments: Small Animal Clinical Sciences, Large Animal Clinical Sciences, Biomedical Science and Pathobiology, and Population Health Sciences at Virginia Tech plus the Department of Veterinary Medicine at University of Maryland at College Park. Student enrollment at the College includes 480 students in the DVM program, 50 graduate students in biomedical and veterinary science, 60 students in the MasterGÇÖs of Public Health Program, plus 30 interns and residents. The College will begin an undergraduate program in public health in the fall. Our hospitals and large animal field services treat a combined 79,000 animals annually.
Virginia TechGÇÖs main campus is located in the New River Valley, nestled in the heart of the beautiful Appalachian Mountains. Blacksburg offers the charm of a small town combined with the modern conveniences of a metropolitan area, and is a short driving distance from abundant public land such as the Jefferson National Forests and Appalachian Trail.
Posted Monday, April 15, 2019
The Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences of the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine invites applications for a full-time tenure-track faculty position in neurology. This position is part of a university-wide emphasis on exploring the dynamic nature of the brain as it changes and adapts across the lifespan and to a variety of different contexts. The Virginia Tech Adaptive Brain and Behavior (ABB) destination area brings together professors, researchers, and students in a transdisciplinary approach to apply our understanding of the brain to improve quality of life.
This center will embrace a true one-health concept using research and application of advanced technology as the nexus between human and veterinary medicine and represents a collaboration between the FBRI and the college. The oncology service will be moved from Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Blacksburg to the Comparative Oncology Research Center in Roanoke to take advantage of this collaboration and build on Virginia TechGÇÖs research strengths in neuro-oncology and oncology. It will be distinguished nationally by creating a truly integrative environment for cancer research with a defined niche on cancers of the brain (primary and secondary) and other types of cancers afflicting humans and companion animals. The successful candidate will join a team of 2 medical oncologists, 1 oncologic surgeon and 3 neurologists. A 3rd medical oncologist is planned with the opening of the new facility in 2020.
The Comparative Oncology Research Center (CORC) located in Roanoke, VA, expected to open in the summer of 2020. The CORC is an innovative partnership between the Fralin Biomedical Research Institute (FBRI) at Virginia Tech Carilion and the College of Veterinary Medicine. State of the art equipment at the new facility will include a linear accelerator with stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT), CT, high field MR and PET. The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to interact and collaborate with multiple teams of basic and translational NIH funded brain researchers in the FBRI as well as human neurologist and neurosurgeon physician researchers. The successful candidate will be expected to develop, as an independent investigator, a clinical and/or translational research program capable of obtaining extramural funding to contribute to research programs within the Department, College, CORC, the FBRI and the University.
- Research responsibilities will be 50% and will vary based on the interest and qualification of the candidate but will include independent, collaborative and/or translational research. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work within ongoing research programs and contribute to the scholarly achievements of the research team.
- Teaching responsibilities will include participation in didactic instruction in neurology and related disciplines, provide clinical instruction of professional students in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital and provide neurology training of interns, residents and graduate students from various disciplines. The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to participate in the research mentoring of VTCSOM medical students and graduate (MS and PhD) students in the Translational Biology, Medicine and Health (TBMH) program.
- The neurology service has an established residency training program and the successful candidate would share responsibilities associated with resident training.
- Service responsibilities will include the direction of the clinical neurology service in Blacksburg (both medical and surgical), consultations with other services in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital and CORC, participation in continuing education programs of the College and participation in faculty governance activities.
- Service responsibilities will also include participation in emergency services. This responsibility will be shared with three other faculty neurologists (ACVIM Diplomates).
The applicant must be committed to excellent patient management, client service, and clinical teaching.
Posted Tuesday, February 5, 2019
The Baker Lab at Virginia Tech is a data driven epidemiological research laboratory that focuses on sports and recreational injury, health over the lifespan, and disease/injury surveillance. It aims to a) quantify injuries due to sports and recreation activity participation; b) identify drivers behind these injuries; and c) create low to no cost community based interventions to address these issues through a health equity lens and a socio-ecological model framework. We are seeking a postdoctoral fellow for a 1 year term, renewable for a second year. The position is available immediately and is based in Blacksburg, VA. The fellow will collaborate with the PI Charlotte Baker on data linkage and analysis for sports and recreational injury surveillance. Opportunities exist for funded travel to national/international meetings. The fellow is expected to publish and present in a variety of venues. Applicants should be no more than three years beyond their terminal degree at the point of application
Posted Tuesday, February 5, 2019
The Virginia Tech Department of Population Health Sciences is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for a Postdoctoral Associate to join a growing multi-disciplinary team focused on investigating the transmission dynamics of campylobacter and other manure cycle pathogens in low income settings.
Foodborne enteric pathogens such as Campylobacter have been linked with diarrhea and stunting in children. Interaction of children with wild and domesticated animals and poultry, unpasteurized milk, contaminated water and food are thought to be possible routes of exposure to the bacterium, especially in areas where there is close coexistence between humans and animals. This investigation is expected to generate data to improve our understanding of the sources and transmission pathways of campylobacter through a combination of field epidemiological studies, laboratory investigations and data-informed computational models of transmission to assess interventions necessary for sustainable control. This role will involve investigation of the link between human and animal Campylobacter infections using a combination of traditional epidemiological tools and comprehensive microbiological data from multiple sources.
The successful candidate will be supervised by Dr. Patrick Pithua Odongo in the Population Health Sciences Department but will also engage and work with the rest of the project team both at Makerere University, Uganda and Virginia Tech.
Posted Friday, January 11, 2019
We are seeking a highly accomplished candidate with a strong record of success in microbiology that will complement the expertise of our existing robust microbiology (bacteriology and virology) program. The candidate will be joining a progressive department and college that have a strong microbiology-oriented faculty. In addition, there is a vibrant microbiology program in the College of Sciences. Opportunities to develop collaborative research programs exist both within the college and with other life sciences-oriented departments, colleges, and institutes on campus. Onsite facilities include those for flow cytometry, confocal microscopy, live animal imaging (IVIS), laser capture microdissection, phosphorimaging, and electron microscopy. In addition, the College of Veterinary Medicine has a modern AAALAC-accredited animal care facility and a well-trained veterinary staff. We are well known for our efforts in animal models of human diseases and associated gnotobiotic animal facilities, and humanized mouse etc. We are also looking for additional funded faculty in microbiology to build a GÇ£TeamGÇ¥ that is competitive to attract program project funding support from NIH.
The instructional responsibilities include opportunities to teach graduate and resident level courses (microbiology) consistent with the candidateGÇÖs and collegeGÇÖs focus. Opportunities also exist to be involved in training clinical residents and/or Ph.D. students.
Posted Wednesday, November 21, 2018
The Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking a highly motivated Postdoctoral associate. The successful candidate is expected to work independently and accomplish research projects related to emerging flaviviruses. The research project will evaluate Zika virus sexual transmission and in utero transmission using animal models, cell culture systems, and human clinical samples. The multidisciplinary approach includes molecular virology, immunology, and evolutionary biology. Additional duties include data analysis and manuscript preparation, fellowship/grant preparation, training and supervising of lab members, attendance at lab meetings, maintenance of laboratories in clean and good working order, and maintenance of a high level of organization. The position is limited to 1 year with renewal based upon performance, funding and fit within the lab.
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Posted Thursday, October 4, 2018
The Department of Population Health Sciences (https://www.vetmed.vt.edu/departments/dphs/) in the Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine (http://www.vetmed.vt.edu) will be offering a Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) degree and is seeking applications for a Collegiate Assistant or Associate Professor of Public Health with expertise in health policy and public health program planning and a major commitment to the instructional mission of the department. The successful candidate: (1) must be an effective teacher in the discipline and able to create new teaching materials through evaluating research that applies to public health; (2) teach an average of three undergraduate classes each semester with content focused on health policy and public health program planning; (3) mentor undergraduate students; (4) conduct research related to the discipline and/or pedagogy resulting in peer reviewed publications and presentations at local, state, or national conferences; (5) serve on departmental, college, or university committees as a contributing member of the department and the broader university community; (6) provide outreach and professional service in technical and professional societies and associations; (7) support advancing One Health in public health; and (8) work collaboratively across disciplines to enhance the curricula and promote teaching excellence.
For more information regarding collegiate faculty see https://www.provost.vt.edu/faculty_affairs/faculty_handbook/chapter05/chapter05.html
Posted Tuesday, September 25, 2018
The Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine invites applications for a full-time clinical-track faculty position in Small Animal Surgery at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. This is a unique and exciting opportunity to develop a satellite surgery service which will be housed in a new Comparative Oncology Research Center (CORC) located in Roanoke, VA. This state-of-the-art clinical and research facility is expected to open in the fall of 2019. The successful candidate will initially join the team of faculty in Blacksburg during which time they will practice in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital and be instrumental in planning the satellite surgery service. Once the CORC facility opens, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to offer all types of surgery (orthopedic, soft tissue, and oncologic surgery) and will join a team of 3 medical oncologists and 1 radiation oncologist to provide exceptional, comprehensive and compassionate cancer care.
About the Comparative Oncology Research Center: The CORC will be located within the Virginia TechGÇÖs Health Sciences and Technology (HST) building adjacent to the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine in Roanoke. This facility will serve as a premier small animal medical center that provides multi-disciplinary cancer care as well as general and orthopedic surgery. The CORC will contain three operating rooms, a new state-of-the-art linear accelerator (Varian Edge surgical suite), multislice CT, and high field strength MR units with PET capability. Roanoke is the largest city in southwest Virginia and is 45 minutes from Virginia TechGÇÖs main campus in Blacksburg. Occasional travel may be required.
-The primary job responsibility will be to develop the satellite surgery service in the CORC, providing general and orthopedic surgery services to clients in Roanoke as well as oncologic surgery in collaboration with the oncology team.
-No regular on-call responsibilities
-Additional service responsibilities include consultations with the Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Blacksburg and outside referring veterinarians, participation in continuing education programs of the College and participation in faculty governance activities.
-Teaching responsibilities will include participation in clinical instruction in small animal surgery. Clinical instruction will be directed toward professional DVM students, interns, and residents.
-The applicant must be committed to excellent patient management, client service, and clinical teaching.
-Contribution to collaborative and translational research involving but not limited to veterinary clinicians, human physicians, and medical and scientific researchers.
Posted Tuesday, September 25, 2018
The Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine invites applications for a full-time faculty position in Medical Oncology at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. This 12-month position is offered as a clinical track position. This is a unique and exciting opportunity to join a multi-disciplinary team in a new facility located within the Virginia Tech Carilion Research InstituteGÇÖs new biomedical research building in Roanoke. This innovative clinical and research center represents a collaboration between the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute and the College of Veterinary Medicine embracing a true One-Health concept. The successful candidate will join an oncology team that will include two other medical oncologists, a radiation oncologist and a dedicated surgeon. The successful candidate will be instrumental in the relocation and expansion of the medical oncology service from the Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Blacksburg, into the integrated cancer center in the Roanoke facility. The Roanoke facility will serve as a premier small animal medical center that provides exceptional, comprehensive and compassionate cancer care. This program will distinguish itself nationally by forming the nexus between human and veterinary medical clinical and translational research with a defined niche on cancers of the brain (primary and secondary). Roanoke is the largest city in southwest Virginia and is 45 minutes from Virginia TechGÇÖs main campus in Blacksburg. There are regularly scheduled shuttles with Wi-Fi that travel between the Blacksburg and Roanoke campuses. Occasional travel may be required.
-The primary job responsibility will be to expand the clinical service with an emphasis on clinical translational research and clinical trials.
-Additional service responsibilities include consultations with the Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Blacksburg and outside referring veterinarians, participate in continuing education programs of the College and participate in faculty governance activities.
-Teaching responsibilities will include participation in didactic instruction in oncology. Clinical instruction will be directed toward professional DVM students, interns, residents and graduate students from various disciplines, as well as laboratory instruction, where applicable.
-The applicant must be committed to excellence patient management, client service, and clinical teaching.
-Contribution to collaborative and translational research involving but not limited to veterinary clinicians, human physicians, and medical and scientific researchers.
Posted Wednesday, September 19, 2018
The Department of Biomedical Sciences and Pathobiology in the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech is looking for a highly motivated candidates for a Postdoctoral Associate position. The successful candidate is expected to work independently to accomplish research projects related to infectious disease, particularly mosquito transmitted viruses. The research project will involve generating recombinant cDNA clones for several viruses in the alpha- and flavivirus genera. In addition, work will involve novel approaches to assessing virus adaptation in different environments and work will include both in vitro and in vivo work. The candidate will be expected to work with cell culture, mice and mosquitoes, experience in one or several of these is highly desired. This position will work in collaboration with researchers at the Pasteur Institute in Paris, France on a large multi-center project. The PostdocGÇÖs primary duties will include cell culture, qPCR, molecular biology, mouse studies, mosquito infections and some bioinformatics/data analysis. Manuscript preparation and grant/fellowship applications will also be conducted. The candidate will also be expected to attend lab meetings, maintain laboratories in a clean and good working order and maintain a high level of organization. In addition, ordering lab supplies and working with technicians and undergraduate students will be essential. The candidate is expected to be able to work effectively in a team.
Posted Thursday, September 13, 2018
The Caswell laboratory is seeking a Postdoctoral Associate to study virulence mechanisms in the pathogenic bacterium Brucella abortus. This NIH-supported position has 2 years of guaranteed funding. The Associate will conduct research projects related to defining genetic mechanisms and biochemical systems important for Brucella pathogenesis.
Posted Tuesday, July 3, 2018
The Department of Biomedical Sciences and Pathobiology at Virginia Tech (In collaboration with the VT-School of Neuroscience and VT-Carillion Research Institute) is looking for a highly motivated Postdoctoral Fellow in Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology. The successful candidate will work on an interdisciplinary research project focused on murine models of traumatic brain injury and epilepsy. Qualified candidates will be expected to work in a team environment investigating vascular-glial interactions during TBI-induced epileptogenesis. Our multidisciplinary approach requires an in-depth understanding of the biochemical, molecular and cellular neurobiology of CNS injury and/or epilepsy.
Primary duties include TBI surgery, EEG analysis and histopathology. Additional skills requested but not required include qPCR, Western blot analysis, brain tissue processing, single cell isolation, and tissue culture. Data analysis and manuscript preparation will be conducted. The candidate will be expected to attend lab meetings, maintain laboratory spaces in a clean and good working order and maintain a high level of organization in data collection and storage
Posted Tuesday, December 19, 2017
The Department of Biomedical Sciences and Pathobiology in the Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech has an open part-time position for a Postdoctoral Associate. This position involves research, training graduate students, and laboratory management.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Manage the laboratory and order supplies;
responsible for safety issues and EHS compliance
Assist graduate students in technical aspects of their work
Perform molecular procedures involving mutagenesis, cloning, DNA and RNA isolation, PCR, and reverse transcriptase PCR in bacteria
Isolate bacterial surface antigens, particularly polysaccharides
Perform immunological assays, such as ELIAS, western blotting, and cytokine kit assay
Work with animals, in particular mice, is helpful, but not required