HIV molecular immunology database

 

HIV Molecular Immunology Database

The HIV Molecular Immunology Database is an annotated, searchable collection of HIV-1 cytotoxic and helper T-cell epitopes and antibody binding sites.

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Web and Database Programmer Position
We seek a motivated, skilled, and independent computer programmer with experience in web interfaces to develop and maintain database and bioinformatics tools and applications. The primary responsibility of the position will be sustaining and significantly improving the data entry system for the HIV Molecular Immunology Database. This meaningful work has already impacted the lives of tens of millions of people living with HIV. Apply here. 31 May 2022

Immunology Database Lead Scientist Position
We invite applications for a scientist in immunology and epidemiology, and/or bioinformatics and molecular evolution. Our database records the interactions between Immunodeficiency Viruses and the host immune responses, and develops tools to assist immunologists and vaccine design researchers studying the host immune responses to these pandemic lentiviruses. Our NIH-funded databases are part of the Theoretical Biology and Biophysics group at Los Alamos National Laboratory, in the beautiful mountains of northern New Mexico. Apply here. 04 May 2022

Video Tutorials
LANL HIV Database staff recently presented virtual workshops at the Keystone HIV Vaccines & Therapies conference. Links to the video presentations are available on our Tutorials page. 07 April 2022

Questions or comments? Contact us at immuno@lanl.gov
 
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