Graduate Students:

Students of all Harvard programs are welcome. Dr. Vandenberghe is faculty in the following Graduate Program:

 

Postdoctoral Positions:

Several postdoctoral fellowship positions are available within a range of expertises and interest. Competetive prospective applicants can send an email to ggtc.recruitment@gmail.com with a CV, cover letter, and list of 3 references. Please provide your materials in one document and filename as YYMMDD_LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME.

  • Protein Engineering, Molecular Viral Library Development and Evaluation: development of adeno-associated viral vector design and evaluation thereof using NGS and high-throughput technologies
  • Viral Immunology and Host-Vector Interactions: Study of the host response of novel molecular viral vectors in animal models and humans
  • Bio-informatics and Systems Biology: Study of large datasets on vector-host interactions relevant to gene therapy in order to obtain systems understanding of the interplay between host genomics and viral vector structure.
  • In vivo gene transfer and Translational Gene Therapy: evaluation of the safety and targeting potential of novel viral vectors for therapeutic gene transfer in animal models and disease models, with a focus on retina, cochlea, liver, muscle, heart and/or liver. 

 

Scientific Staff Positions:

A few senior scientific staff positions are available within the Vandenberghe laboratory. Prospective applicants can send an email to ggtc.recruitment@gmail.com with a CV, cover letter, and list of 3 references. Please provide your materials in one document and filename as YYMMDD_LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME.

  • Protein Engineering, Molecular Viral Library Development and Evaluation: development of adeno-associated viral vector design and evaluation thereof using NGS and high-throughput technologies
  • Viral Immunology and Host-Vector Interactions: Study of the host response of novel molecular viral vectors in animal models and humans
  • In vivo gene transfer and Translational Gene Therapy: evaluation of the safety and targeting potential of novel viral vectors for therapeutic gene transfer in animal models and disease models, with a focus on retina, cochlea, liver, muscle, heart and/or liver.