Position Available Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School Seeking a highly motivated recently graduated Biology student or a junior/senior Biology student for a training position to work on cutting edge projects exploring the mechanisms of autoimmune disease/inflammation. Must be able to commit for at least one year. Projects use genetically modified mice and focus on autoimmune kidney, arthritis, and muscle diseases. These projects include: novel pathways that regulate macrophages and T cells, macrophage biology linked to autoimmune disease, pathways instrumental in non-resolving inflammation and tissue injury. The student should have a background in biology, preferably, immunology and molecular biology. Prior lab experience including independent research projects is preferable. Laboratory techniques will include PCR, Realtime PCR, immunohistochemistry, flow cytometry, cell culture, and ELISA, etc. Candidates with prior background in these techniques would be preferred. Discussion and independent thought are encouraged in the lab. Interested individuals should send a letter of interest and resume to the Principal Investigator (Dr. Vicki Rubin Kelley) of the laboratory via email ([email protected]).