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JHSPH Motivated individuals with strong molecular biology, functional genomics and/or vector biology background are encouraged to communicate with George Dimopoulos for potential training opportunities as postdoctoral fellows and visiting fellows. Selection is based on credentials, motivation and funding.

The Dimopoulos Group provides a dynamic, interactive and collegial research environment, with unique opportunities for productive scientists to realize their biomedical career goals. Innovation and team work go hand-in-hand in the exploration of mosquito-pathogen interactions. Basic research is inspired by translational goals that could alleviate the burden of infectious diseases. Emphasis is given to training, dissemination of discoveries through high quality publications and career development.  
  The Department of Molecular Microbiology & Immunology (MMI) at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health comprises 31 research groups and integrates a variety of disciplines (biochemistry, ecology, immunology, infectious diseases, molecular biology, parasitology, structural biology, vector biology, virology) concerned with the study of the transmission, immunobiology, and pathogenesis of infectious diseases of public health importance. Affiliated research groups study these disciplines at the population, organismal, cellular, and molecular levels through laboratory, clinical and field work.
   
The Dimopoulos Group is affiliated to the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute (JHMRI) which comprises 11 research groups working on various aspects of malaria, including vector biology, parasitology, immunology, ecology, epidemiology, vaccinology, drug discovery, structural biology and computational biology. The intellectual environment is thereby optimal, and in particular through the four major vector biology groups (Dr. Jacobs-Lorena, Dr. Norris, Dr. Dinglasan, Dr. Dimopoulos) that study various aspects of mosquitoes that transmit pathogens.  
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