Virus-Host Interactions and Innate Immunity Lab

We seek to understand how viruses interact with the immune system and discover determinants of viral pathogenesis that could be targeted to ameliorate the burden of viral diseases. We do this while training the next generation of scientists to gain and disseminate scientific knowledge and improving their technical, critical, and mentoring skills.

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The Lopez Lab is relocating to Washington University in St. Louis in the spring of 2020...

...and we are hiring!

The Lopez Lab is going through a growth spurt!

Due to a number of people moving to their next career stages and to exciting new developments, the Lopez Lab has a number of openings at all levels. Projects available in a variety of topics including investigating how viruses survive in complex and antagonistic host environments, how they evolve, adapt, and persist, and how the composition of the viral population impacts infection outcome.


We are looking for people with different backgrounds to complement our team. Interested in virology? Immunology? cell biology? bioinformatics?

Come be part of these exciting times at the Lopez Lab !

Contact us at lopezca@upenn.edu

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