Position: Post-Doctoral Fellow Organization: Food and Drug Administration Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research Location: Bethesda MD Date Posted February 1, 2017 The Food and Drug Administration Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research is seeking a motivated post-doctoral individual […]
The Research Assistant will conduct research aimed towards translating a newly developed technology, symbiont-mediated RNAi, as a means of targeted pest control for Onion Thrips, a prevalent agricultural insect with worldwide distribution. Click here for the job listing.
i5k is hosting a new webinar series with presentations by representatives from genomic technology companies, databases and research groups. Webinars will be 1 hour long, but presentations will be kept short enough to allow plenty of time for participants […]
Training Fellowships The IGTRCN can provide scientists at any stage of their career with $3000 to defray the cost of travel to a host laboratory for the purposes of learning or developing insect genetic technologies. You will need to coordinate […]
7/25/16 The Scott lab in the Department of Entomology, North Carolina State University is hiring a postdoctoral fellow to continue development of “male-only” transgenic spotted wing Drosophila strains for a genetic control program. The approach will be similar to that […]
Need for a Microbiologist KamTek, Inc. is in search of qualified candidates with a strong background in microbiology including the growth of both aerobic and anaerobic bacteria, and have a strong background (or have received training) in molecular biology (i.e., […]
The IGTRCN – Symposia Working Group has successfully secured a program position at the International Congress of Entomology in 2016. The symposium Insect Genetic Technologies: State of the Art and Promise for the Future promises to be an broad and […]
On Wednesday, August 19, the IGTRCN Short Course is hosting a mini-symposium from 5 to 9 pm with three internationally recognized experts in their respective fields of study and who rely heavily on insects and insect genetic technologies in their […]