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Post doctoral Position

Chase, Chris VetSci ChaseC at ur.sdstate.edu
Sat Jul 22 11:27:42 EST 1995

Program for Mechanisms of Infectious Diseases of Mucosal Surfaces

An immediate opportunity for an individual to participate in a research 
program focused on the interaction of bacterial and viral ligands with 
cellular receptors at South Dakota State University.  Candidates should have 
a PhD in microbiology, cell biology, biochemistry or a related field.  The 
candidate should have experience in membrane biology, signal transduction, 
virology and/or bacteriology.  

This program has a unique mission, with the primary focus of the research 
directed to the mechanisms of infectious diseases of food producing animals.  
Current emphasis is on host immune response, mucosal interactions of the host 
with bacteria, viruses or parasites and food safety.  The program uses 
multidisciplinary approaches.  

South Dakota State University (SDSU) is a land grant university with a 
student enrollment of approximately 8,000 undergraduates and 1,100 graduate 
students.  The faculty numbers approximately 500. SDSU is located in 
Brookings, SD. The population of Brookings is about 25,000. Brookings is 
approximately 4 hours by car from Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN and 1 hour from 
Sioux Falls, South Dakota.  Outdoor recreational opportunities abound in the 
nearby Coteau Des Prairies, a glacial till formation from the Ice Age with 
numerous lakes and wetlands.

Send curriculum vitae, transcripts, three references, and a one-page summary 
of research interests by September 1, 1995 to: Dr. Christopher Chase, 
Department of Veterinary Science, P.O. Box 2175, South Dakota State 
University, Brookings, SD  57007-1396.  AA/EEO Employer/ADA Reasonable 
Accomodations (605) 688-4128 (TT/Voice (605) 688-4394) 
EMail: chasec at ur.sdstate.edu

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