Research Technician Opportunity

The Li laboratory at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital has an opening for a highly motivated research technician to work under the general supervision of the Principal Investigator and will participate in translational laboratory research projects in the fields of HIV persistence and therapeutics. The position will involve processing and testing blood samples from clinical trial participants using a variety of highly sensitive laboratory assays. This is a great opportunity to contribute to cutting-edge HIV research while working in a supportive and energetic research setting. Applicants willing to make a 2 year commitment are preferred. Apply here.

Graduate Students and Infectious Disease Fellows

Please contact Dr. Li (jli@bwh.harvard.edu) if you would like to discuss opportunities available in the lab.

Student Opportunities

Research: Exploring HIV Reservoirs and Drug Resistance

Summary: A number of research projects are available including the use of deep sequencing to study HIV drug resistance and to evaluate the impact of several therapeutic factors on the HIV reservoir and curative strategies.