Research Associate in Bacterial Pathogenesis of Wolbachia (Newton Lab)

Indiana University

United States

 

Position Summary

A full-time Research Associate position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Irene Newton in the Microbiology Program at Indiana University Bloomington to study the process of infection in the intracellular bacterium Wolbachia.

The RA will be involved in laboratory maintenance, strain construction and validation, and research of Wolbachia infection process and response to hosts. Information about the Newton lab is at : https://biology.indiana.edu/about/faculty/newton-irene-garcia.html.

 

Basic Qualifications

B.S in Microbiology, Biology, or a related field with previous research experience in microbiology, molecular biology, biochemistry, microscopy, and/or infection models required.

M.S. or Ph.D. applicants will also be considered.

Good communication skills and working as part of a team are expected.

 

Department Contact for Questions

Please contact Dr. Irene Newton (irnewton@indiana.edu) for questions about the positions.

Please contact Jeremy Bennett (jebennet@indiana.edu) for all other inquiries.

 

Salary and Rank

Salary will be commensurate with education and experience, benefits included.

 

Special Instructions

Please submit a cover letter describing interest and previous experience, a complete curriculum vitae, copies of any publications, and the names of at least three references (including email addresses and phone numbers) to http://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/7879.

The College of Arts and Sciences is committed to building and supporting a diverse, inclusive, and equitable community of students and scholars.

 

Applicant Documents

Required Documents

  1. Letter of Application
  2. Curriculum Vitae

Optional Documents

  1. Publication 1
  2. Publication 2
  3. Publication 3
  4. List Of References


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