Postdoctoral Fellowship in Molecular Biosciences – University of Austin

Project

Under the direction of Professor Ethel Bayer-Santos, there is a full-time postdoctoral fellow position open in the University of Austin’s Department of Molecular Biosciences. The EBSlab investigates the molecular causes of microbiological disputes. You had to have gotten your PhD no more than three years ago. This is a temporary training post that may be extended once a year, for a maximum of five years, contingent on funding continuance, progress towards research goals, and performance reviews.

Required Skills

  1. Help with other lab members’ instruction in data collecting and management, as well as laboratory practices.
  2. Conduct autonomous, state-of-the-art research on topics pertaining to host-cell infection, Salmonella pathogenesis, antibacterial competition, and microbiome, including the creation of new instruments and assays needed to meet predetermined research objectives.
  3. Help in the presentation and communication of scientific data for reporting, funding applications, publications, and distribution to the scientific community.
  4. Maintain accurate and thorough records of all results and make sure that the data is always valid and reliable. Help with group projects that are associated with the primary.

Qualifications required

PhD in microbiology, molecular biology, biochemistry, or a closely related discipline. You have to have gotten your PhD within the last three years. solid training in molecular biology or microbiology. proficiency in the analysis of statistical data. familiarity with working quickly in a multidisciplinary setting. an impressive track record of publications.

Deadline and Application

The deadline for this position on 30 June 2024.

For more details and application visit the official website.


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