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Postdoctoral Position in Vector Biology/Arbovirology

A postdoctoral position is immediately available for a candidate to work on molecular mosquito-arbovirus interactions in the laboratory of Dr. Alexander Franz, Dept. of Veterinary Pathobiology at the University of Missouri (vpbio.missouri.edu). The NIH-funded research work focuses on the molecular […]

A postdoctoral position in mosquito molecular biology

The Vector Molecular Biology Group at the Pirbright Institute (UK) led by Dr. Jarek Krzywinski focuses on the analysis of the function of genes involved in mosquito development, with the purpose of identifying targets for innovative mosquito control approaches. We […]

Postdoctoral Position James Lab UC Irvine

A postdoctoral scholar in the Anthony A. James lab is involved with active national and international research on novel methods for controlling the transmission of vector‐borne diseases. Developing genetic techniques to control the transmission of vector‐borne diseases, specifically malaria and […]

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