Nitrogen cycling in the subsurface biosphere – an analogue for early life on Earth
PhD positions at the University of Florida, including several projects in Microbial Ecology
The Faculty of Science / The Institute for Biology is looking for: 2 PhD students: Microbial Induction of Plant Resilience to Drought Stress (MicroRes)
PhD or MSc position in the Kembel lab at UQAM (Montréal, Canada) to study the ecology and evolution of Methylobacterium.
PhD position at the Chair of Ecological Microbiology, U. Bayreuth (Prof. T. Lueders)
Dr Trinity Hamilton and Dr Jim Elser seek two postdoctoral researchers for a three-year, collaborative NSF-funded project: “Testing for nutrient limitation in alpine snow algae ecosystems”
Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Marine Microbial Ecology
Assistant Professor in Coral Reef Biology in the Department of Marine Biology at Texas A&M University at Galveston Tenure-track Assistant Professor
PhD position at the State University of New York (Syracuse, NY) to study interactions between aquatic prokaryotes and organic micropollutants
Microbial Ecology and Environmental Data Science
The Trivedi Lab at Colorado State University seeks a postdoctoral researcher in the area of the environmental microbiome.
The Hernández lab at the University of East Anglia is looking for a PhD student to study the distribution and activity of trace gas oxidizers in Australian rainforest soils.
Supervisory Team: Dr. Marcela Hernández, Prof Colin Murrell, Dr Chris Greening and Dr Falk Hildebrand
The Hernández lab at the University of East Anglia is looking for a PhD student to work on the role of trace gases and the microbes that consume them in the development of volcanic soils.
Supervisory Team: Dr Marcela Hernández, Prof Colin Murrell and Dr Laura Lehtovirta-Morley.
Seeking a Ph.D. student in Fall or Spring '22 to study nitrous oxide sources in the Benguela OMZ using 'omics' techniques.
The Campbell lab at Clemson University is looking for a PhD student to work on the effects of drought and nutrients on the microbiomes of agriculturally important crops.
The Louca Lab at the University of Oregon, Eugene, USA, is seeking PhD students to work on the ecology and evolution of microorganisms (bacteria & archaea), using any combination of bioinformatics, mathematical modeling, microcosm experiments and field surveys.
Examining how hydrological perturbations influence subsurface microbial community structure
A Post-Doc Position is available at the Peng Lab, University of South Carolina.
A PhD position is available at Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi to work on plants and microbes in wetlands.
The Center for Ecosystem Science and Society at Northern Arizona University is recruiting PhD and MS students in microbial ecology (qSIP!) and ecosystem science
Come join the Microalgae & Microbiomes Research Group at UiT - The Arctic University of Norway!
We are recruiting multiple graduate students (2 Ph.D., 1 M.S.) into an interdisciplinary research team to broadly focus on the fate of belowground carbon at Virginia Tech.
The Department of Microbiological Sciences is seeking to fill a full-time bioinformatician position to support a new agribiome research initiative.
A PhD position to study the distribution of different traits (genomic and functional) among CH4-cycling microbial guilds from Amazon peatlands is available at ASU.
The Marine and Environmental Biology (MEB) section of the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Southern California invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Marine Biology (broadly defined) focusing on interactions between marine organisms and their chemical and physical environments.
PhD student opportunity to study microbial drivers of Anaerobic Methane Oxidation in Amazon peatlands
The Moran and Edison labs at the University of Georgia are hiring two post-doctoral positions in marine microbial ecology and/or microbial metabolomics
Tenure track position at any of the Univesity of Miami RSMAS Departments, including: Atmospheric Sciences, Ocean Sciences, Marine Geosciences, Marine Biology and Ecology, or Environmental Science and Policy
The Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory seeks a postdoctoral researcher in the field of microbial metabolism to work as part of a larger team on several related projects intended to better understand carbohydrate anabolism and catabolism in soil organisms and the environment. This research theme, supported by grants from the USDA, the Keck Foundation, and the Grantham Foundation, engages several units across campus, including the NREL, the Ecosystem Science and Sustainability department, the Materials and Molecular Analysis Center (part of the CSU Analytical Resources Core), the department of Chemistry, the WM Keck Metabolism Collective and others.
The primary goal of this position is to isolate and identify soil microorganisms capable of novel carbohydrate anabolism and catabolism and to understand how and why these microorganisms carry out these functions. To that end, the researcher will (1) use analytical platforms for understanding and characterizing the metabolic pathways by which rare carbohydrates are synthesized and consumed with the goal of (2) functionally characterizing these organisms, processes, enzymes, and genes.
These positions are initially for one year with the potential for a one- to two-year extension based on performance.
We look for a motivated postdoc to work in a project “Linking microclimate, deadwood microbial diversity, adaption mechanisms and ecosystem processes”
People and trees: intimately connected by a shared microbiome in an urban world
Exciting projects for candidates with strong background in Microbial Ecology. The goal is to establish and apply cryoET as a new discovery tool.