We seek a postdoctoral research associate to join our research efforts on evolutionary and functional genomics, and their applications in invasive species management. Candidates in related areas of biology with expertise in genome editing will be considered. The successful applicant will 1) study the genomic regulation of reproduction, development, or life history strategies in sea lamprey and zebrafish and 2) develop and evaluate the efficacy of approaches to generate genetically modified sea lamprey. The selected candidate will also publish manuscripts and assist in developing research grant proposals. This is an annual position, renewable for up to five years.
Doctorate -genetics, genomics, cell and molecular biology, or related fields
Ph.D., with experience in genome editing
Skills or background in functional genomics and bioinformatics, experience or interest in collaborating with graduate students and postdoctoral research associates from diverse disciplines and academic backgrounds, excellent written and oral communication skills, and experience working in a diverse environment and in programs designed to promote inclusion.
Required Application Materials
(2) Cover letter
(3) One-page summary of previous research experience
(4) List of three references and contact information
Please apply at Careers@MSU website:
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Review of Applications Begins On
Applications close: Dec 23, 2023, 11:55 Eastern Standard Time
The Department of Fisheries and Wildlife is a vibrant community of scholars comprising >40 core faculty (tenure stream and fixed-term faculty, and academic specialist), 100graduate and 240 undergraduate students, >30 research associates, and 6 core staff. Our Mission is to build local, national, and international capacities to conserve ecosystems that support fish, wildlife, and society through integrated programs in research, education, and engagement. We are committed to the integrative nature of natural resources conservation and management, with our expertise ranging from disciplinary areas with a long-standing history in the domain of fisheries and wildlife to those emerging more recently.
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