PhD Opportunity in Applied Microbiology:
“Innovative and sustainable landfill leachate management using the anammox reaction”
The Baum Lab at the University of Victoria (British Columbia, Canada) seeks to recruit an outstanding, highly quantitative postdoctoral fellow (PDF) to lead research investigating how the relationships between corals and their microbial partners (bacteria, Symbiodinium) vary with local and global stressors, and the extent to which the microbiome influences coral resilience to thermal stress.
The Stream Biofilm and Ecosystem Research Laboratory at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL, https://epfl.ch/), Switzerland, recruits two postdocs to study the effect of climate change on the structure and function of the microbiome in high-alpine streams.
The successful candidate will examine the microbial ecology of “soil health” challenges that affect almond production in California.
The Metcalf lab at CSU is seeking a microbiome bioinformatics postdoctoral scientist. The scientist will analyze multi-omics microbial data sets, including but not limited to: amplicon sequencing data, shotgun metagenomics data, and metabolomics data. Min. reqs.: Ph.D. in bioinformatics, ecology, microbiology or similar field. Proficient in coding languages (Python preferred). Demonstrated knowledge of microbiome science. View full announcement: http://jobs.colostate.edu/postings/56366. Apply by 07/15/18 for full consideration. CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates.
The Department of Biology at the University of Waterloo, faculty position at Assistant Professor level in the area of Environmental Virology.
Postdoc examining the metagenomics of arid soils
This full-time two-year fellowship will be based at the School of Science, University of Waikato in Hamilton, New Zealand under Prof. Craig Cary.
LLNL seeks a postdoc to conduct research in the area of computational systems biology of algal-bacterial interactions
LLNL seeks a postdoc scientist to conduct research on molecular microbial community analysis, genomics, and isotope tracing to understand the role of phage in soil.
LLNL seeks a postdoc to address the role of microbial physiology and mineralogy in soil C cycling.
THREE PhD positions in enzymology and microbiology of nitrogen cycling available in the Environmental Microbiology Research Group at the University of East Anglia.
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
Postdoc examining host-microbe metabolic interactions in microalgae and perennial grasses using metabolomics, advanced genomics and stable isotope probing