The Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM) at the School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences invites applications for the position of a Professorship (W3) in Benthic Microbiology commencing as soon as possible.
We are searching for a postdoc with experience in an established model system to help develop molecular genetic tools for labyrinthulomycetes.
This position is part of an ongoing project in the Moe laboratory at the University of Kentucky focused on production of chemicals through microbial biotransformation of lignin-derived compounds. The successful candidate will use culture-dependent and culture-independent techniques to probe plant-associated microbial communities to identify and characterize microbes and/or genes with the desired metabolic capabilities. Additional work will focus on the genetics and biochemistry of the microbial biotransformations, as well as directed evolution of genes for enhanced substrate conversion. There will be opportunities for developing additional projects within the framework of plant-microbe interactions and microbial biotechnology.
Nitrogen as a building block of life in subsurface serpentinizing systems and early life on Earth
Post Doctoral Fellow position at the University of Cincinnati in the Rowe Lab (http://electromicrobiology.org).
Postdoctoral fellow in function-driven metagenomics for energy and the environment
Harnessing Microbiome Data Science for Energy and the Environment
Postdoctoral position in microbial community genomics of water treatment at DOE Joint Genome Institute
PhD student working on the ecology and/or macroevolution of microbial metabolism, using mathematical modeling, bioinformatics and/or experiments.
The world’s increasing demand for food generates a powerful economic imperative for innovation in food production technology. Our novel system was discovered through our previous research in New Zealand, and has the potential to create several new products for the global food supply chain.
Our research revealed that (a) symbiotic microbes in the hindgut of NZ seaweed-eating fishes convert seaweed and atmospheric nitrogen into compounds of nutritional value to fish, (b) these hindgut microbes provide an important source of dietary protein to the fish, and (c) these novel organisms can be grown in culture. Culturing these microbial communities to bioconvert abundant and sustainable seaweeds would thus address four global problems: (a) the economic and environmental costs of feeding capture fish to cultured fish, (b) the unsuitability of many terrestrial protein sources for aquaculture feeds due to the lack of critical nutrients and the presence of compounds inhibitory to digestion, (c) current roadblocks to using abundant seaweed biomass to produce aquaculture feeds, and (d) the growing demand for sustainable agricultural fertiliser. This is a completely novel idea on an international level, as we have only just discovered and begun to understand the microbial and physiological processes in NZ fish underpinning it.
Over the next five years our MBIE funded programme develops and broadens this research into a number of economic opportunities for NZ and beyond. These will be accomplished by developing the culture technology and methodology to maximize the production of desired fermentation end products; single cell protein for animal and aquaculture feeds, organic fertilisers that will decrease the need for more harmful forms currently used and as a food source for black soldier fly larvae, which have growing global importance as feed components for aquaculture and poultry.
TWO Assistant Professors at the University of Cincinnati: host-microbe interactions, and computational biology.
Postdoctoral position in bioinformatics and/or predictive analytics to investigate phase transitions associated with microbial industrial processes.
Three to four postdoctoral positions are available at the Institute for Environmental Genomics (IEG) and Department of Microbiology and Plant Biology, the University of Oklahoma (OU) located in Norman, Oklahoma.
Candidates with strong background, interest, and experience in microbial ecology, soil science, theoretical ecology, and/or metagenomics are encouraged to apply. Additional experience is desirable but not required in bioinformatics, mathematics, computer science, and/or statistics.
Two postdoctoral positions to link variation in composition and function of the rhizobiome to plant root exudates and phenotypic traits.
Seeking a motivated doctoral student to investigate the microbial ecology of engineered wastewater treatment processes.
Targeted research areas for this position are in any of the following research themes: (1) ocean microbiome, (2) ocean biogeochemistry, and (3) ocean health.
Position available at the University of Vienna, Austria
Position available at the University of Vienna, Austria
Postdoctoral Positions are available in the microbiome research center of Shenzhen University
Computational and experimental marine microbiome researcher to complement research strengths in bioinformatics and marine sciences.
Job announcement Bio 7/2018
The departments Biological Oceanography and Marine Chemistry of the Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde (IOW) are offering (subject to funding of the project) a full-time (26 hours/week)
PhD position in Biogeochemistry/Marine Microbiology
at the earliest convenience/starting on the 01/01/2019 . Remuneration is paid in accordance with the TV-L salary scale at level EG 13 monthly gross salary. The employment is temporary for 3 years.
The IOW is an independent institute of the Leibniz Association, engaged in system analysis of coastal and marginal seas, with special focus on the Baltic Sea. The scientists of the four departments (Physical Oceanography, Marine Chemistry, Biological Oceanography and Marine Geology) cooperate within the framework of a joint research program.
Job announcement Bio 5/2018
The Department Biological Oceanography of the Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde (IOW) is offering (subject to funding of the project) a full-time (40 hours/week) position as
Postdoc in Marine Microbiology
at the earliest convenience/starting on the 01/01/2019. Remuneration is paid in accordance with the TV-L salary scale at level EG 13 monthly gross salary. The employment is temporary for 33 months. Part-time work is possible with at least 20 hours/week or by job sharing of 2 applicants. The IOW is an independent institute of the Leibniz Association, engaged in system analysis of coastal and marginal seas, with special focus on the Baltic Sea. The scientists of the four departments (Physical Oceanography, Marine Chemistry, Biological Oceanography and Marine Geology) cooperate within the framework of a joint research program.
The Department of Biological Sciences of the University of Montreal is seeking applications for a full-time tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in Rhizosphere Biology. We are looking for a candidate whose expertise will complement that of the research team of an upcoming NSERC – Industrial Chair on micro-fertilization in agriculture.
The Graf lab seeks to fill Postdoctoral Positions in the areas of microbial ecology and microbiome research. The USDA-funded project involves utilizing next-generation sequencing technologies and ddPCR to characterize microbial communities and detect fish pathogens. The position is in Dr. Graf’s lab the University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT. http://joerggraflab.com/
Use genome-wide association studies, genetics, and evolution experiments to understand the genomic basis of complex phenotypes in bacteria.
Investigating phenotypic heterogeneity of bloom-forming algae during viral infection.
Contact Dr. Assaf Vardi firstname.lastname@example.org.
AgBiome is a biotechnology company using new knowledge of the plant-associated microbiome to create innovative products for agriculture.
The Blue Marble Space Institute of Science has an opening for a postdoctoral scholar in evolutionary protein biochemistry and geochemistry.
Position will uncover the metabolic mechanisms and controls of nitrogen fixation and methanotrophy in plant microbiomes
Seeking exceptional student to participate in marine microbial ecology studies of benthic ecosystems in the Gulf of Mexico
Research technician to support microbiome studies of benthic systems. Work will focus on aquatic microbiome interactions with natural & anthropogenic features
Seeking a postdoctoral researcher to support microbiome studies of benthic ecosystems. Work will focus on the built environment in the deep-sea.
Postdoc examining the metagenomics of arid soils
Graduate student examining large-scale microbial community patterns using a combination of ecological theory and molecular data.
Postdoc examining large-scale microbial community patterns using a combination of ecological theory and molecular data