A proud moment for the Kline lab as Kimberly has been promoted to Professor at the NTU School of Biological Sciences. Congratulations Professor Kline! Incredible achievement!
Congratulations to Frederick Reinhart Tanoto for being awarded the Singapore National Academy of Science (SNAS) award for his outstanding performance in the Biological Sciences discipline as an NTU undergraduate. Frederick will also be beginning his journey as a graduate student in the Kline lab this semester. We wish him all the best in his Ph.D journey. Keep up the good work Frederick!
A hearty congratulations to Chee Hong, our Temasek Polytechnic FYP student, for winning the “Best student in main project”, awarded by KK’s Women’s and Children’s Hospital at his FYP poster presentation. Shoutout to Haris, for his excellent mentorship during Chee Hong’s FYP journey!
Award winner, Lee Chee Hong
Chee Hong’s winning poster titled ” Application of Fluidic and Microfluidic In Vitro Models to Study Bacterial Migration in Urinary Catheters
Are you fascinated by bacteria and infections? Do you want to spend a few years with a group of super smart and incredibly nice scientists? Does working in a multicultural, international, biofilm-focused research institute excite you? If so, please get in touch.
RESEARCH FELLOW POSITION
Job Description and Specifications
We are seeking a creative and enthusiastic Post-Doctoral researcher to investigate the host-pathogen interactions that underlie Enterococcus faecalis infection. The candidate will work with an integrated team of microbiologists, immunologists, and cell biologists to define the mechanistic correlates of these infections. The project will include the application of in vitro microbiological and biochemical assays, molecular genetics, cell-based and animal models of infection, high resolution imaging, and analysis of changes in both host and pathogen gene and protein expression.
The work will be conducted within the Singapore Centre on Environmental Life Sciences Engineering (SCELSE), a Singapore Research Center of Excellence. SCELSE has established a strong research platform for the investigation of functional microbial communities, in both environmental and infection contexts, with a specific focus on microbial biofilms. The center is supported by its in house ‘omics, bioinformatics and systems biology capacities, as well as a range of infection models and an in house advanced imaging facility.
Work within a team to achieve key performance indicators of research project.
Communicate research progress and outcomes regularly
Maintain open communication with colleagues
Please send a statement of research interests and career goals, CV, and contact information for 3 references to kkline[at]ntu.edu.sg. Please state “T2 PostDoc” in the subject line. Regretfully, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.