Research Fellow, Biological Sciences
The successful candidate will work with Prof Yu Hao at the Department of Biological Sciences on investigation of the mechanism of macromolecular trafficking in plants under a project titled “Unravelling the Mechanism of Macromolecular Trafficking in Plants”
The main responsibilities of the position include performing physiological, bioimaging and genetic studies of genes involved in macromolecular trafficking in the model plant Arabidopsis and other crops, such as leafy vegetables.
- Qualifications / Discipline: The candidates should possess a Ph.D degree in plant molecular genetics and breeding with proven publication record in international journals.
- Skills: The candidates should have a proven track record in performing physiological, biochemical, bioimaging, bioinformatic and molecular genetic experiments on crops and Arabidopsis.
- Prior experiences in plant physiology, plant molecular biology, genetics, biochemistry, and bioimaging are necessary.
- The experiences in working on Arabidopsis and crops are required.
Location: [[Kent Ridge]]
Organization: [[Faculty of Science]]
Department : [[Biological Sciences]]
Employee Referral Eligible: No