Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division
VIDD scientists integrate clinical care, computational methods and basic research to reduce the global burden of infectious diseases. Our diverse faculty utilize these three approaches to interweave and create translational science that goes from the bench to bedside. We provide a broad range of research in many areas of biomedical science and attract talented and ambitious scientists dedicated to improving human health.
Full Faculty Member, Senior Immunologist
The primary responsibility of this position is to develop a strong research agenda within the Division’s Immunology and Vaccine Development Program with emphasis on mechanisms of memory/effector T-cell generation and immune dysfunction in the context of cancer or chronic infections.
Assistant or Associate Faculty Member, Computational Immunologist
VIDD seeks a faculty member in the area of computational immunology, at the assistant or associate member level (equivalent to assistant/associate professor).
Faculty, Global Pediatric Oncologist
VIDD seeks exceptional applicants for a full-time faculty position in pediatric oncology to help expand a flagship program focused on clinical and translational research in low- and middle-income countries.
Assistant or Associate Faculty Member, Infectious Disease Sciences
VIDD seeks exceptional applicants for a full-time faculty position in the clinician/scholar track to initiate an antimicrobial stewardship program at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA), and to introduce the Alliance’s first Outpatient Antibiotic/Antimicrobial Treatment Program.
Assistant or Associate Faculty Member, Global Oncology
This position will be in VIDD’s Global Oncology Program to develop a training program and translational and clinical research portfolio in infection-related cancers of adults.
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