The University of Washington invites applications for one postdoctoral scholar to study how climate change stressors (sea-level rise and drought events) will impact microbial controls of greenhouse gas emissions in wetland communities. The project will require experience in microbial physiology and ecology, working with anaerobes and aerobes, and the application of multi-omics analyses.
The ideal candidate will be experienced in culture-based techniques AND have familiarity with recent advances in genetic, proteomic, and metabolite analyses. Individuals with advanced degrees in Chemical, Environmental or Bioprocess Engineering, or Environmental Microbiology are encouraged to apply. Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled. The position is available as early as December 2019, for a duration of one year, with opportunity for a second and third year depending on satisfactory progress. To apply, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com with a one-page cover letter, a CV, a list of at three references, and copies of two relevant publications combined into one PDF file.
Application deadline: rolling basis
Start date: 1st December 2019
Location: Seattle, Washington USA