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Post-doctoral position: respiratory immunology & inflammation
Department of experimental medical science & Department of respiratory medicine and allergology

An exciting up to two-year post-doctoral position is available for a highly motivated recent Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. graduate to join a translational research project between the Unit of Airway inflammation and Lund University, Dept of Respiratory Medicine, Lund University Hospital. The field of research concerns decoding of immune processes in respiratory diseases, with a focus on asthma. The research unit has a unique platform for cutting-edge histological mapping of infiltration patterns and activation status of tissue infiltrating immune cells. Decoding of immune patterns will be performed on large validated patient cohorts and control subjects. Immune cell patterns will be related to local tissue disturbances as well as clinical manifestations (clinical data). The methodological focus will be on state-of-the-art histological assessments and relevant techniques include confocal laser microscopy, advanced in situ-hybridization, single and multidimensional immunohistochemistry techniques and advanced computerized image analysis. The patient cohorts, which represent biopsies from national and larger international collaborations, include different severities (or treatments) of asthma as well as patients with respiratory infections. Through our collaborators the project will also involve modern molecular, genomic and bioinformatic approaches.

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Last updated 08 July 2019