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Infectious Diseases Research Specialist
Job Summary: The Research Specialist will work in the UW Microbial Sciences Building on host immune mechanisms directed against pathogenic fungi. The newly funded project will define how the homotypic receptor Signaling Lymphocyte Family (SLAMF1) expressed by leukocytes orchestrates the activation of phagocyte killing of fungi at the lung mucosa. We recently published that while SLAMF1 is dispensable for the development of vaccine induced T cells, it is essential for innate resistance to pulmonary fungal infection (Kohn E.M., dos Santos Dias L., Dobson H., He X., Wang H., Klein BS and Wthrich, M. SLAMF1 Is Dispensable for Vaccine-Induced T Cell Development but Required for Resistance to Fungal Infection. J Immunol.

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