The Infectious Diseases Dynamics Laboratory has moved to the Biomedicine Discovery Institute at Monash University, Melbourne.

We are currently recruiting Research Fellows at the postdoctoral level with training and experience in phylodynamics to study the dynamics of seasonal influenza viruses. We are also recruiting Research Assistants to manage and assist in diagnostics of viral and bacterial pathogens, PCR and sequencing, and data curation and management.

This position has been filled.

We have an opening in our lab for a research assistant. The candidate will perform a variety of techniques in pathogen detection (virus and bacteria) and characterization from respiratory samples collected from children in Singapore under the supervision of Dr. Celeste Donato and Asst. Prof. Vijay Dhanasekaran (Laboratory of Infectious Diseases). More details can be found here.

08 May 2015 by vjdhanasekaran

This website is an effort to capture the research progress of the newly established Laboratory of Infectious Disease Dynamics at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, Singapore. In addition to lab and publication updates, we will also aim to present result summaries of ongoing projects.