Research Associate in Plant Sciences
We have an exciting opportunity for a motivated and talented post-doctoral Research Associate to join a project investigating the role of circadian regulation in plant environmental adaptation. The project will investigate circadian signal transduction and circadian regulation of the transcriptome under both laboratory conditions and naturally fluctuating environments. This project is a collaboration between the laboratory of Dr Antony Dodd in at the University of Bristol and Prof Hiroshi Kudoh in Kyoto University.
The successful candidate will have a PhD (or soon to be awarded) in molecular plant sciences, an appropriate first degree, and excellent publication record commensurate with career stage.
This is offered on an open-ended contract with funding available for 3 years.
Informal enquires can be made to Dr Antony Dodd (firstname.lastname@example.org; +44 (0) 117 394 1176).
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