Vanderbilt Institute

for   

 Infection, Immunology & Inflammation

Our Mission: To train the next generation of scientists and physicians and make fundamental discoveries in the areas of infection biology, immunology, and inflammation with the goal of increasing knowledge and improving human health.

The future of biomedical science requires a renaissance in microbiology and immunology to develop a more detailed understanding of the microbial world and our immune and inflammatory responses to it. The Vanderbilt Institute for Infection, Immunology, and Inflammation (VI4) positions Vanderbilt at the leading edge of this renaissance. With its membership of more than 100 accomplished faculty, VI4 capitalizes on the strengths of Vanderbilt University and Vanderbilt University Medical Center in areas such as personalized medicine, structural biology, vaccinology, immunometabolism, and nutrition, while simultaneously creating the infrastructure required to support research into the microbiome. Through VI4, Vanderbilt fulfills its mission to be an internationally recognized leader in research that bridges the disciplines of immunology and infection biology to improve human health.  

VI4 Seminar Series

VI4 Seminar

Fall 2019 Schedule   Spring 2020 Schedule

 

VI4 State of the Institute Address

 

Vanderbilt Institute for Infection, Immunology & Inflammation Fund

Past Symposium Booklets

VI4 Symposium 2019 Booklet

Current Opportunities

Pfizer positions (Bacterial Vaccines and Technology)

Postdoctoral Scholar Position: The evolution of immune systems - Tate lab in the Department of Biological Sciences at Vanderbilt University

Research Asst I Position: gastrointestinal biology and bacterial toxin pathogenesis - Coffey Lab at Vanderbilt University Medical Center

The Department of Microbiology at Harvard Medical School- tenure-track positions.

Research Assistant I - Chazin Lab at Vanderbilt University

Research Assistant II - Chazin Lab at Vanderbilt University

Postdoctoral Position in NK cell biology - Cooper Lab at Washington University in St. Louis

Join EVOSTEvolution@Vanderbilt Organization for Students and Trainees

Associate or Senior Editor, Nature Microbiology


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Contact

Megan Schladt, MS

megan.schladt@vumc.org

Program Manager, Vanderbilt Institute for Infection, Immunology and Inflammation (VI4)

Medical Center North A-5121
1161 21st Ave South
Nashville, 37232
(615) 343-2661