Job Summary: A Research Associate position is available with Dr. Shi-You Ding in the Department of Plant Biology at Michigan State University. We welcome applicants who are dedicated to cutting edge science and engineering research. This position will work with Dr. Ding in single cell omics, bioinformatics, and metabolic pathway engineering to improve production of biofuels and biomaterials.Applicants who have completed postdoctoral training with excellent record of publication may be considered for the level of Assistant Professor (fixed term). This position is available for one year with possible renewal contingent upon satisfactory performance and available funding.
Minimum Requirements: A Ph.D. in Plant biology or Microbiology. Previous experience in molecular biology and analysis of large genomics data. Excellence in writing and communication in English.
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