An NIH-funded position is available in the Ng Lab at Tufts. We are seeking a postdoctoral fellow with interests in microbe-microbe, microbe-phage, or microbe-host interactions. Available projects include, but are not limited to, understanding the molecular mechanisms governing quorum sensing, second messenger signaling, gut microbiota-pathogen interactions, bacterial pathogenesis, and/or phage-host arms race. Candidate with relevant experience in microbial genetics, genomics, chemical biology, biochemistry, animal models, or cell biology are encouraged to apply.
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