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The Traylor-Knowles Cnidarian Immunity Lab at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science has an exciting opportunity for a full-time Post-Doctoral Associate.
Cnidarian Immunity Lab is part of a multi-institution large scale coral cell biology project investigating “dark genes” in coral genomes, in collaboration with Bhattacharya Lab at Rutgers and Cleves Lab at the Carnegie Institute.
Specific duties include:
- collaborating with the team to generate heat stress bulk and single cell transcriptomic datasets on several different coral species and functionally characterize different known and unknown (“dark”) genes using different molecular and cell techniques.
- mentoring graduate and undergraduate students and will also benefit from a wide range of mentorship opportunities from the collaborating PIs of this project.
- will lead publications and participate in other projects happening in the lab depending on skill set and interests.
-PhD completion before start time
-Able to work with a team
-Highly motivated and independently driven
-Good communication skills
-Great writing skills
-Ability to accept and integrate constructive feedback
-Experience with handling large data set analysis
-Proficient in R, Python, Github, and Bash
-Flow cytometry experience
-cell biology background
--coral and anemone husbandry experience
-scientific diving certified
The Traylor-Knowles Cnidarian Immunity lab is committed to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion. We seek candidates who are authentic in their approach and like to take action. In recruiting for our lab we seek people who have different life experiences and we value differences in culture, ethnicity, race, nation of origin, age, languages, veteran's status, color, religion, disability, sexual orientation, opinions and beliefs.
For additional questions please contact Dr. Nikki Traylor-Knowles at email@example.com
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