The Armbruster laboratory at the University at Buffalo is seeking a postdoctoral fellow for an NIH-funded research project pertaining to polymicrobial catheter-associated urinary tract infection (CAUTI). The position entails use of a mouse model of CAUTI to investigate the impact of polymicrobial interactions on infection progression and severity, including assessment of the innate immune response to infection and the role of biofilm formation.
Job duties include:
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- Develop assays for determining the impact of bacterial co-culture on biofilm viability and biomass.
- Utilize various microscopy techniques to study biofilm composition.
- Develop assays for determining the impact of bacterial co-culture on stimulation of the innate immune response.
- Maintain laboratory notebook and experimental records.
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