Department of Medicine
IM - Immunology
Instructor/Assistant Professor/Associate Professor in the Division of Allergy and Immunology
Instructor/Assistant Professor/Associate Professor
The Allergy & Immunology Division of the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis is seeking a allergist/immunologist to be appointed at the level of Instructor, Assistant Professor or Associate Professor on the Investigator track.
We arerecruiting faculty to work on understanding the genetic contributions to Chikungunya virus susceptibility and contribute to research on COVID19 studies. Researchers planning to study on the unrecognized immunodeficiencies in adults that may allow heightened susceptibility to infectious diseases are also being recruited.
Our offices serve as a resource to physicians and patients for diagnosis and treatment of allergic and immunological disorders ranging from the ordinary to the most challenging.
Ph.D. in Medicine
M.D. in Medicine and must have completed a Fellowship in Allergy and Immunology
No end date
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