Sharon Goh comes to us from Mark Schembri’s lab at The University of Queensland in Australia.
Research Fellow in Microbial Cell Biology of Bacterial Communities
We are seeking a highly motivated microbiologist with strong training in molecular biology, bacterial cell biology, and/or microbial communities. This position involves research on the community organization of medically relevant pathogens using molecular and cell biology approaches. Specific projects include the study of uni- and multi-cellular communities in vitro and in animal models of disease.
The candidate should have a Ph.D. in Microbiology or a related field (or obtain one by Fall 2012), a strong publication record, and expertise in molecular biology/biochemistry/microscopy/imaging data analysis.
Salary is internationally competitive at the post-doctoral level, and commensurate with experience. We invite the application of researchers world-wide; the research atmosphere at NTU and Singapore is diverse, vibrant, and well-funded. The research will involve a substantial level of international collaboration with leading academic institutions.
Interested applicants should submit: 1) a cover letter (including a short description of your research interests), 2) curriculum vitae, and 3) a list of three references with contact information including mailing address, phone number, and e-mail address to kkline[at]ntu.edu.sg.
Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
THE POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED.
…and then on to the Bacterial Cell Surfaces Gordon Research Conference at Mount Snow, Vermont.
The meeting was full of interesting talks – some favorites included Mariana Pinho, Silvia Bulgheresi, Joseph Mougous, Ry Young, Arash Komeili, Kumaran Ramamurthi, Marcia Goldberg, and many more. In between scientific sessions I got to play outside, and caught up with more of the extended Seifert and Hultgren lab families.