We welcome new students, post-doctoral fellows, and visiting scientists to the laboratory to learn new skills or develop novel techniques.
We welcome new students, post-doctoral fellows, and visiting scientists to the laboratory to learn new skills or develop novel techniques--we have a long history of mentoring trainees in the laboratory. If you are interested in rotating in the laboratory as a student, earning your PhD in the laboratory, completing a post-doctoral fellowship, or serving as a visiting scientist for a short or extended period of time, please contact Bill Steinbach for available options and funding.
Following are some of the institutions and organizations that have supported research in the Steinbach lab over the years.
The Advances Against Aspergillosis conference, co-founded and co-directed by Bill Steinbach, is the premier scientific and clinical conference studying the biology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatment of all Aspergillus diseases. The next conference will be held in Lisbon, Portugal, from February 1-3, 2018.
The Aspergillus Website is a comprehensive resource for researchers, clinicians, and patients that covers numerous aspects of the many diseases caused by Aspergillus. Bill Steinbach is one of the members of the scientific editorial board.
The International Pediatric Fungal Network is a multi-national NIH-funded consortium that Bill Steinbach directs to pursue clinical epidemiology, diagnostic biomarker, and comparative effectiveness studies on pediatric invasive fungal infections.
Duke University Medical Center
Department of Pediatrics - Infectious Diseases Department of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology
427 Jones Building, Research Drive, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC 27710 | Tel: 919 681 2613