A full funded Postdoctoral Fellow position is available in the Friedman lab at the Hebrew University (Rehovot, Israel). The lab studies how microbes interact and evolve combining modeling, experimental evolution, microfluidics, and high-throughput sequencing. For more information about the lab visit our website.
The project aims to elucidate the interplay between plant produced secondary metabolites, microbial community structure, and the microbes’ effect on plant growth and health. To do so, we will focus on the model plant A. thaliana, for which we have a library of dozens of root-associated bacterial isolates and of purified root secreted secondary metabolites, and combine high-throughput screening in microfluidics and plant inoculation experiments. This project will be done in collaboration with the Dai Lab (Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology, China) and the Huang lab (Southern University of Science and Technology, China), and will likely involve travel to these labs.
Candidates should have experience in experimental bacteriology and molecular biology. Experience in bacterial plant-bacteria microbes, microbial ecology, or microfluidics is an advantage.
To inquire about this position, send your CV and a brief note explaining your interest in the position to Dr. Jonathan Friedman (email@example.com).
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