Improving the vaccine-induced immune response in elderly: exploration of the mechanisms at play and routes to translational solutions
Deadline 26 January 2022
University of Surrey
Department faculty have diverse backgrounds and interests in understanding basic mechanisms of immunity and their roles in health and disease. Our areas of research include autoimmunity and tolerance, cancer immunology, infection and immunity, mucosal immunology, neuroimmunology, and systems immunology. We offer a family-friendly and supportive environment in which to perform innovative research, with the benefit of significant scientific and scholarly resources. Our Department has strong ties to related departments throughout Harvard University, Harvard-affiliated teaching hospitals, and the Boston biomedical community. The Department encourages team science, entrepreneurship, and innovation. The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to teach and mentor exceptional graduate and medical students. We consider it a core mission to educate and facilitate the growth of the next generation of immunologists with diverse backgrounds and interests. We are committed to building a diverse faculty, and we strongly encourage applications from female and minority candidates. Laboratory space will be located in a central research building on the Harvard Medical School campus.