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Doering Laboratory

Inquiries from individuals interested in any aspect of our research on Cryptococcus neoformans are encouraged.

To apply for a postdoctoral position or other careers, please send your CV, contact information for references, and a statement of research interests and career goals to Tamara Doering.

Potential graduate students must apply through the graduate program in Biology and Biomedical Sciences, but you are encouraged to contact Tamara Doering with specific questions about the lab.


Environment

Washington University Medical School is a world-renowned research institution with exceptional programs in microbiology, genomics, and computational systems biology, among many others. The Doering laboratory is in the Department of Molecular Microbiology, which has an interactive academic community and state of the art facilities. Washington University is an outstanding academic environment and St. Louis is a great place to live.


Mailing address:

Campus Box 8230, 660 South Euclid Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110