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Postdoctoral Research Associate - Biomedical Sciences
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D - Post Doctoral
Full or Part Time
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As soon as possible
Proposed End Date or Length of Term
1 year term
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Summary of Duties and Responsibilities
The College of Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State University invites applications for a Post-doctoral Research Associate position within the Department of Biomedical Sciences (BMS).
The major goals of the laboratory research program and this position are:
(1) to design and to evaluate immunogenicity of novel antigens that can elicit broadly neutralizing antibodies against HIV-1 and influenza virus
(2) to characterize biochemical and structural properties of antigens in order to facilitate better understanding of their immunogenicity and subsequent structure-based immunogen design
(3) to develop novel antigen-delivery platforms for inducing potent humoral immunity.
The candidate will acquire additional knowledge and training while being involved in various aspects of vaccine research and development, including structure-based immunogen design, molecular cloning and production of immunogens, immunization of small laboratory animals (e.g. mice and rabbits), and evaluation of antibody responses through serum analyses (e.g. ELISA, ELISPOT, FACS and neutralization assays), next-generation sequencing of polyclonal sera, hybridoma production, and molecular cloning and production of monoclonal antibodies. The successful candidate will gain experience in applying molecular biology, viral immunology, and biotechnology towards viral vaccine research and development and will be trained in using the latest tools and techniques in translational biomedical research for developing preventive vaccines against human and animal diseases, useful in preparing them for an independent career. The candidate will also be involved in training junior laboratory members (technicians, graduate and undergraduate students). This training will provide valuable experience in organization and leadership. This person will also continue to build skills while writing manuscripts for publication and assist in writing grant proposals.
The successful candidate will be self-motivated and possess the ability to work both independently and collaboratively both within the laboratory and with outside associates. The ability to communicate well orally and in writing is also essential for this position.
Required Education and Experience
Ph.D. in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Virology, Microbiology, Immunology or other related field
Experience with Biosafety Level 2 and mammalian cell culture
Preferred Education and Experience
• Experience with viruses (especially HIV-1 and/or influenza) using a variety of molecular biology, biochemistry and immunological techniques including PCR, molecular cloning, recombinant protein expression in prokaryotes and/or insect or mammalian cells, and protein purification, as well as immunoassays (ELISA, Western blot, ELISPOT, FACS)
• Experience and working knowledge with SPR analyses and next-gen sequencing
• Experience working with animals (injections, bleeding)
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About Iowa State University and the Ames Community
Iowa State University is classified as a Carnegie Foundation Doctoral/Research University-Extensive, a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU), and ranked by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top public universities in the nation. More than 36,000 students are enrolled and are served by over 6,200 faculty and staff.
Iowa State University is a global and culturally diverse university committed to providing an inclusive, equitable, and diverse environment for both learning and employment. We know that diversity in experience and perspective is vital to advancing innovation, critical thinking, solving complex problems, and building an inclusive academic community. At Iowa State, we translate these values into action by seeking individuals who have experience working with diverse students, colleagues, and constituents. The university has an expectation that all employees will demonstrate a contribution to diversity and inclusion as embodied in Iowa State University’s Principles of Community.
Ames, Iowa is a progressive community of 60,000, located approximately 30 minutes north of Des Moines, and recently voted one of the best college towns in the nation.
Iowa State University is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity and strongly encourages applications from all qualified applicants, including women, underrepresented populations, and veterans. ISU is responsive to the needs of dual career couples, is dedicated to work-life balance through an array of policies, and is an NSF ADVANCE institution.
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|Comment on Video: Bishop Oyedepo speaks on alleged cloning of Buhari by Aleo Cache Translate Page||Those calling for the head of Oyedepo should remember that Pastors are to mould opinions of the flock too, especially in a society devoid of rule of law, lack of regard for the citizens and above all corporate secrecy and confidentiality.|
|Comment on Video: Bishop Oyedepo speaks on alleged cloning of Buhari by oluwole Cache Translate Page||The problems these so called man god (small 'g') had with Buhari is the stoppage of their monthly allocations from the security vote, import duties waivers etc.|
|Comment on Video: Bishop Oyedepo speaks on alleged cloning of Buhari by Kinikanwo Wachukwu Cache Translate Page||Pastors should keep away from politics. If you fail the second time your members won't take you seriously. I saw pains on all your faces in 2015 elections results. When a man of God preached on hearsay I wonder the sources of his previous sermons on pulpit. Nigerians are watching.|
|Comment on Mojave Upgrade Vs. Clean Install: We Explore the Options by Frederico Cache Translate Page||Not as much a rebuttal, but an expansion of the conversation:
— By benchmarks, I do mean Real World testing of applications, user files and workflows, and, especially, interaction between apps, particularly as it pertains to scripts that perform tasks across multiple apps. We just never see anything appreciable, let alone repeatable.
— one major reason I see fewer and fewer people experiencing non-placebo performance improvements in recent years is that since 10.10 to 10.11, unlike 10.1 - 10.9, is that more and more and more of us are on SSD and Fusion drives — of course a clean wipe on an HDD is going to perform better, almost no one was or is defragging after the mis-hype of “automatic defragging” AKA Hotfiles, morphed into a myth that ALL files, not just System files *under* 20MB in size, were being not only defragged, but prioritized to the fastest portions on the outer platter edges.
— If you were still defragging HDD, especially older ones with fewer platters, which had poorer MBps and much smaller caches, bother before *and* after upgrades, your performance gains from a clean wipe were almost impossible to detect, if any; this was further solidified if you used multiple partitions and drives, keeping your most-used data at the fastest portions of a drive, while simultaneously keeping your VM also not only contiguous, but also nearer the outer edges of the platter.
— To this day, we defrag spinning disks (that host data that needs to be fast) — it matters, and is provably beneficial for certain applications, though admittedly less so for modern drives with lots of platters and fat caches that can push 180MBps in the first 50% of the disk, as compared to what we once thought was fast if you could get 80MBps In the first 20%.
— RAM also got cheaper and Apple finally stopped being quite as stingy, further reducing VM dependency, and thus improving overall perception of “snappier” feelings after both upgrades and clean install (once all the new caches, Spotlight and Photos indexes were done being built, anyway).
— please also note: I never claimed we did not and do not still experience occasional inexplicable breakdowns and system corruptions; we can choose to do a “dirty reinstall” (aka, System Restore), or, unlike most users, just drop back to the last known-good clone, re-update as necessary, and life moves on with minimal downtime and zero reconfigurations and app re-installations.
Users who don’t employ a regular cloning strategy may not have adequate success with a dirty install, and a clean wipe is the only real option; it sets up and contributes to a mindset that a clean install is the best install.
— a further point that allows our strategy to succeed, is that every machine is configured with separate user/data drives/partitions, as well as (as far as it is possible) separate apps/utilities partitions/drives; this allows us an extremely fast restoration process from an isolated System/System apps clone of 20-80GB, instead of 100GB+, gawdforbid terabytes of data requiring hours upon hours to restore in a unified disk structure.
Most users aren’t even using Time Machine, let alone cloning, so, yeah, maybe sometimes there is no viable choice better than a clean install; but i did preface my position with (essentially) “if it ain’t broke, why are you throwing it away?”
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"Genetics" is NOT the most recent name for "eugenics"; the two concepts are very very different; and, acknowledging the existence of genes does not imply believing in genetic determinism or in eugenics.
The definition of "gene" is just "a segment of DNA which codes for a protein (and also includes regulatory bits which determine when the cell will make the protein the rest of the gene codes for)". The sequence of DNA-bases which are linked together in the gene determines which amino acids the cell will link together (and in what order) in order to make the protein which the gene codes for. The correspondence of DNA-base-sequence in the gene, to amino-acid-sequence in the corresponding protein, is what we mean by the phrase "genetic code". For instance, a very small gene consisting of twelve bases--adenine thymine guanine cytosine cytosine thymine cytosine thymine thymine thymine adenine adenine-- would produce a very very small protein which would be methionine (an amino acid) linked to proline (another amino acid) which would then, in turn, be linked to valine (a third amino acid). (Each group of three DNA-bases corresponds to an amino acid; the final group of three bases causes the cell to end the protein after the third amino acid has been linked; it's called a "stop-codon").
I am a retired protein-chemist (specializing in antibodies) and have done lots of work with DNA -- genetic engineering, PCR, cloning genes and then changing them in order to change the properties of the proteins they code for, studying the history of how genes which code for mitochondrial proteins migrated from the mitochondrial DNA to the nuclear DNA since antiquity (in yeast, which is the best organism for studying this, because yeast is a rapidly-growing one-cell organism but also has separate organelles like mitochondria and nuclei). To doubt the existence of genes is as crazy as doubting the existence of superconductors or of noble gases. But I have NEVER encountered ANYONE in science who thinks that DNA is the whole story. The only one I know of who thinks that way is James Watson, and everyone laughs at him for it and points to him as an example of how Nobel Laureates catch "I'm-always-right-about-everything-itis" (like Linus Pauling, William Shockley, and Kary Mullis).
Someone around here doesn't know basic genetics and biochemistry; I don't know whether the one who doesn't know is the maker of the film, or the author of this article (David Swanson).
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|Those Claiming Buhari Is Jubril Need Psychiatric Attention, Say Nigerians Abroad Cache Translate Page|
Some Nigerians in the Diaspora have said the reports that President Muhammadu Buhari is an impostor known as Jubrin from Sudan is "mischievous".
In a statement on Sunday, the Nigerians in Diaspora Monitoring Group (NDMG) said those behind the rumour need "psychiatric attention".
A statement by Francis Adeka, on behalf of the group, read: “The claim is being bolstered with a poor rendition and understanding of scientific procedures like cloning, face transplant among others, which proves that those that are carrying this fake news need mental intervention.
“The fake claim would have been considered humorous, but for the fact that it has attained the first position of the most ridiculous and hare-brained in the annals of conspiracy theories. It is a story meant to prey on the gullible by reason of limited mental capacity, whose numbers seem to be increasing on daily basis. Sadly, those peddling the fake news about cloning have even lesser mental capacity than the people they are deceiving.
“The leading organisation on cloning was categorical in stating that gene cloning is the most common type of cloning done by researchers at the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI). NHGRI researchers have not cloned any mammals and NHGRI does not clone humans."
The group further stated that proponents of the fallacy are using a "1997 Sci-Fi thriller, Face/Off, as prop in their illogical argument saying there has been a face swap between Buhari and Jubrin".
“In the medical world, there has been a handful of partial and full face transplants, but the recipients of the face transplant look nothing like the donors; and of course the new faces come with some level of distortion with the risk of rejection for which the patients take a cocktail of mediation for life,” the statement read.
“Even more childish is the flipping and reversing of photographs of President Buhari to claim that one version is right-handed, while the other is left-handed, which is a photo trick that is achievable with the most basic photo editing software.”
|Nnamdi Kanu Names Part Of President Buhari's Body That Was Cloned Cache Translate Page|
President Muhammadu Buhari and Nnamdi Kanu
In his latest broadcast from Israel, Nnamdi Kanu explained that the current President of Nigeria believed to be Muhammadu Buhari is not a clone but an impostor from Sudan.
He stated that there is a very calculated attempt by the Nigerian government to divert puublic attention from the 'facts' he is presenting to the world. According to his account, the only part of Buhari which was cloned is his left ear that wasn't perfectly fixed.
"What they are cloning about Buhari is the ear, you know the ear at the back of the mouse, that is what they are cloning. Because when they cut of the ear, they can now cut it to the shape of the dead Buhari. Have u noticed how they never photographed the left ear. Have you noticed it all of you? They never allow you to get close" he alleged.
He also explained that soldiers were positioned three miles away from Buhari when he recently visited Maiduguri, Borno State to prevent them from having any clues about the impostor.
"When he (Buhari) went to the hospital, (on condolence visit to injured soldiers) they cleverly positioned him so that a useless plank they tied on the bed will cover the left ear" he also added
He went on to allege that some journalists in Nigeria have been paid by the ruling All Progressives Congress to distort their reportage of events in Nigeria
"Those in the pay of the APC like Channels TV and a few other media houses who are so hungry that they sell their conscience will accept these very simple facts that at no time have I said Buhari was cloned. I said they brought in an impostor, an actor from Sudan, Jubril Aminu Al Sudani, thats his name, till tomorrow and I'm very grateful that the Sudanese government are doing something about it....investigating this very matter," Kanu concluded.
Watch a video of his latest broadcast below (Skip to the 22nd minute):
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|Comment on Video: American comedian makes mockery of Buhari’s response to cloning allegation by Jasper Cache Translate Page||Apparently, Buhari is a clone. Double body, whatever you chose to call him.
What a deception. What a situation. Nonsense|
|Comment on IntelliJ IDEA 2018.3 EAP: Git Submodules, JVM Profiler (macOS and Linux) and more by Jaap van der Velde Cache Translate Page||Using #PY-183.4284.139, Nov 21 2018, submodules are not included when cloning a repository as a new project from the wizard at startup.
When I run `git clone --recurse-submodules myrepo.git` from the command line, everything works as expected, but when I clone the repo using the PyCharm UI, the project is cloned, but the submodule folders remain empty.|
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No. 16 Kentucky (No. 14 College Football Playoff ) has the SEC’s defensive player of the year in linebacker Josh Allen and the coach of the year in Mark Stoops. Vanderbilt running back and Illinois transfer Ke’Shawn Vaughn was named newcomer of the year.
Alabama (13-0) is the top seed in the College Football Playoff after overcoming Tagovailoa’s ankle injury to rally past Georgia 35-28 in the Southeastern Conference championship game Saturday. Kentucky (9-3) will face No. 13 Penn State (9-3, No. 12 CFP) in the Citrus Bowl on Jan. 1 after posting its highest regular-season win total since 1977.
Tagovailoa, Allen and Mississippi wide receiver A.J. Brown were unanimous first-team selections.
Tagovailoa, one of the prime contenders for the Heisman Trophy, has thrown 37 touchdown passes with only four interceptions to rank second nationally in passing efficiency. He struggled in the SEC championship game before leaving in the second half with a high ankle sprain, though coach Nick Saban is hopeful the sophomore will be ready for the Dec. 29 Orange Bowl semifinal with No. 4 Oklahoma (12-1).
Allen has recorded 14 sacks to lead all Power Five players. Brown leads the SEC in catches (85) and yards receiving (1,320).
Vaughn has rushed for 1,001 yards and 10 touchdowns while averaging 6.95 yards per carry.
Alabama players joining Tagovailoa as first-team picks include offensive tackle Jonah Williams, center Ross Pierschbacher, wide receiver Jerry Jeudy and defensive tackle Quinnen Williams.
The Crimson Tide had eight overall all-SEC selections to lead all teams. No. 6 Georgia (No. 5 CFP) had seven players earn all-SEC honors, though cornerback Deandre Baker was the Bulldogs’ only first-team selection.
A panel of 28 writers and broadcasters who cover the SEC voted on the AP all-conference team.
The Associated Press All-Southeastern Conference football team, with position, name, school, height, weight, class and hometown:
u-WR - A.J. Brown, Mississippi (u), 6-1, 230, Jr., Starkville, Mississippi
WR - Jerry Jeudy, Alabama, 6-1, 192, So., Deerfield Beach, Florida
T - Greg Little, Mississippi, 6-6, 325, Jr., Allen, Texas
T - Jonah Williams, Alabama, 6-5, 301, Jr., Folsom, California
G - Bunchy Stallings, Kentucky, 6-3, 305, Sr., McComb, Mississippi
G - Tre’Vour Wallace-Simms, Missouri, 6-5, 330, Jr., East St. Louis, Illinois
C - Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama, 6-4, 309, Sr., Cedar Falls, Iowa
TE - Jace Sternberger, Texas A&M, 6-4, 250, Jr., Kingfisher, Oklahoma
u-QB - Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama, 6-1, 218, So., Ewa Beach, Hawaii
RB - Benny Snell Jr., Kentucky, 5-11, 223, Jr., Westerville, Ohio
RB - Trayveon Williams, Texas A&M, 5-9, 200, Jr., Houston
PK - Cole Tracy, LSU, 5-11, 188, Sr., Camarillo, California
All-purpose - Deebo Samuel, South Carolina, 6-0, 210, Sr., Inman, South Carolina
DE - Jachai Polite, Florida, 6-2, 242, Jr., Daytona Beach, Florida
DE - Montez Sweat, Mississippi State, 6-6, 245, Sr., Stone Mountain, Georgia
DT - Jeffery Simmons, Mississippi State, 6-4, 300, Jr., Macon, Mississippi
DT - Quinnen Williams, Alabama, 6-4, 295, So., Birmingham, Alabama
u-LB Josh Allen, Kentucky, 6-5, 260, Sr., Montclair, New Jersey
LB - Deshaun Davis, Auburn, 5-11, 233, Sr., Prichard, Alabama
LB - Devin White, LSU, 6-1, 240, Jr., Springhill, Louisiana
CB - Deandre Baker, Georgia, 5-11, 185, Sr., Miami
CB - Greedy Williams, LSU, 6-3, 184, So., Shreveport, Louisiana
S - Johnathan Abram, Mississippi State, 6-0, 215, Sr., Columbia, Mississippi
S - Grant Delpit, LSU, 6-3, 203, So., Houston
P - Braden Mann, Texas A&M, 5-11, 190, Jr., Houston
WR - Kalija Lipscomb, Vanderbilt, 6-1, 201, Jr., New Orleans
WR - Deebo Samuel, South Carolina, 6-0, 210, Sr., Inman, South Carolina
T - Martez Ivey, Florida, 6-5, 306, Sr., Apopka, Florida
T - Andrew Thomas, Georgia, 6-5, 320, So., Lithonia, Georgia
G - Zack Bailey, South Carolina, 6-6, 314, Sr., Summerville, South Carolina
G - Hjalte Froholdt, Arkansas, 6-5, 315, Sr., Svendborg, Denmark
C - Lamont Gaillard, Georgia, 6-2, 308, Sr., Fayetteville, North Carolina
TE - Jared Pinkney, Vanderbilt, Jr., 6-4, 255, Norcross, Georgia
QB - Drew Lock, Missouri, 6-4, 225, Sr., Lee’s Summit, Missouri
RB - D’Andre Swift, Georgia, 5-9, 215, So., Philadelphia
RB - Ke’Shawn Vaughn, Vanderbilt, 5-10, 222, Jr., Nashville, Tennessee
PK - Rodrigo Blankenship, Georgia, 6-1, 191, Jr., Marietta, Georgia
All-purpose - Mecole Hardman, Georgia, 5-11, 183, Jr., Bowman, Georgia
DE - Isaiah Buggs, Alabama, 6-5, 286, Sr., Ruston, Louisiana
DE - Raekwon Davis, Alabama, 6-7, 316, Jr., Meridian, Mississippi
DT - Derrick Brown, Auburn, 6-5, 320, Jr., Sugar Hill, Georgia
DT - Terry Beckner Jr., Missouri, 6-4, 295, Sr., East St. Louis, Illinois
LB - De’Jon Harris, Arkansas, 6-0, 245, Jr., Harvey, Louisiana
LB - Erroll Thompson, Mississippi State, 6-1, 250, So., Florence, Alabama
LB —D’Andre Walker, Georgia, 6-3, 245, Sr., Fairburn, Georgia
CB - Cameron Dantzler, Mississippi State, 6-2, 175, So., Hammond, Louisiana
CB - Joejuan Williams, Vanderbilt, 6-3, 210, Jr., Nashville, Tennessee
S - Mike Edwards, Kentucky, 6-0, 201, Sr., Cincinnati
S - Deionte Thompson, Alabama, 6-2, 196, Jr., Orange, Texas
P - Zach Von Rosenberg, LSU, 6-5, 245, So., Lake Charles, Louisiana
Offensive Player of the Year —QB Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama
Defensive Player of the Year_LB Josh Allen, Kentucky
Newcomer of the Year —RB Ke’Shawn Vaughn, Vanderbilt (Illinois transfer)
Coach of the Year_Mark Stoops, Kentucky
Reggie Anderson, WLTX, Columbia, South Carolina
Ben Baby, Dallas Morning News
Matt Baker, Tampa Bay (Florida) Times
John Bednarowski, Marietta (Georgia) Daily Journal
Robert Cessna, The Eagle, Bryan-College Station, Texas
John Clay, Lexington (Kentucky) Herald-Leader
David Cloninger, The Post and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina
Joel Coleman, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Pat Dooley, The Gainesville (Florida) Sun
Garland Gillen, WVUE, New Orleans
Tom Green, Alabama Media Group
Jon Hale, The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Kentucky
Bob Holt, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Ben Jones, The Tuscaloosa (Alabama) News
Steve Layman, WTVF, Nashville, Tennessee
Logan Lowery, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Maria Martin, WSFA, Montgomery, Alabama
Dave Matter, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Tom Murphy, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Patrick Murray, WBIR, Knoxville, Tennessee
Scott Rabalais, The Advocate, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Alex Schiffer, Kansas City Star
Adam Sparks, The Tennessean, Nashville, Tennessee
Nick Suss, The Clarion-Ledger, Jackson, Mississippi
Jake Thompson, The Oxford (Mississippi) Eagle
Blake Toppmeyer, Knoxville (Tennessee) News-Sentinel
Josh Vitale, Montgomery (Alabama) Advertiser
Marc Weiszer, Athens (Georgia) Banner-Herald