PhD Studentships PhD Studentship on insect-microbiome interactions available

A PhD studentship is available from Spring 2018 at the University of Florida
Entomology and Nematology Department jointed with the Genetics Institute.

This is an exciting opportunity for those interested in applying functional
omics and big data science to study microbiome diversity and functions in
insects. We are also developing a new insect model to study the ecology
and evolution of Vibrio Cholerae and multi-drug resistant bacteria.

The chosen individual will work in a dynamic team with undergraduate
interns, a lab manager and a (postdoctoral level) scientist. S/he will actively
engage with our collaborators from the Emerging Pathogens Institute at UF,
Cornell University, Harvard University, USDA stations and
overseas institutions.

If you are interested, please send me a CV, 2-3 reference letters and a 1-page
research statement.

For more info, please visit:

https://entnemdept.ifas.ufl.edu/people-directory/adam-cn-wong/
http://ics.ifas.ufl.edu/experts/IndividualFullProfile.php?expert_id=354
http://microbiota.wixsite.com/adam-wong

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