Infectious Diseases - Phage ScientistJob ID 148686BR Date posted 05/06/2021
- Rochester, Minnesota
- Full Time
- Infectious Diseases
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The Division of Infectious Disease at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, is seeking scientist or physician-engaged in research with expertise or primary interest in phage therapy or phage basic science. Mayo Clinic Phage Therapy Program is a growing clinical and laboratory-based service line with dedicated effort toward phage- clinical trials, compassionate use cases, development of phage susceptibility testing, and the advancement of clinical phageomics. A broad range of candidates would be considered for exploring opportunities to develop various aspects of the Mayo Phage Program.
The Infectious Diseases Division is open to considering alternate FTE opportunities.
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Qualifications: Candidates should be ABIM Board Certified/Board Eligible in Infectious Diseases or hold a PhD in the Biological or Physical Sciences. This position will include an academic appointment with the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science.
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