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Assistant/Associate Professor in Infectious Diseases (influenza or avian influenza research background preferred) Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty, 9-Month Appointment, Position Number 103762
University of Maryland Medicine and the Department of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Maryland College Park, MD, invite applications from qualified individuals for a tenured/tenure-track faculty position in infectious diseases. This 9-month appointment will be at the Assistant or Associate Professor level, depending on the qualifications of the selected candidate. The Department has an excellent state-of-the-art core facility, which also includes BSL-2 and BSL-3 suites.
A Ph.D. or Ph.D./DVM or equivalent degree with relevant Post-Doctoral training. RESEARCH: Current focus is on host-pathogen interaction with emphases on virology, bacteriology, parasitology, immunology, microbial pathogenesis, and public health. The position requires the candidate to focus on important zoonosis involving animal and human health. The candidate with outstanding influenza or avian influenza research background in viral transmission, pathogenesis, immunity, viral-host interactions, and vaccine development are especially encouraged to apply.
Assistant/Associate Professor, Tenure/Tenure‐Track Faculty Position in Infectious Diseases (antimicrobial resistance), 9‐Month Appointment, Position Number: 125307
University of Maryland
We are seeking a highly motivated candidate with the potential to develop an internationally recognized research program relevant to antimicrobial resistance from all perspectives. The ideal candidate will develop a research program that includes animal, human, and environmental health risk‐assessment of antimicrobial resistance; evolution and molecular/genetic mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance; transmission and infectious threats of resistance microbes; identification of novel therapeutic targets and development of novel treatment and vaccines.
The selected candidate will develop, maintain, and conduct a productive, extramurally funded research program that will strengthen current research goals of the department. The candidate can also provide expert advice to stakeholders related to antimicrobial resistance and its implications for animal and human health via outreach to spread knowledge and guide field practices. Candidates applying at the Assistant Professor level are expected to have a strong publication record. Candidates applying at the Associate Professor level must have an established research program with a strong record of accomplishment of active extramural funding, teaching, and scholarly activity.
Multiple Tenure-track Positions in Microbial Systems
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is hiring six or more tenure-track faculty studying microbial systems or microbiomes. This coordinated strategic hiring plan is part of a larger Microbial Systems Initiative (https://msi.research.illinois.edu) that will expand interdisciplinary microbial research and education across campus. Microbial research at the University of Illinois has contributed foundational insights in microbial physiology, ecology and evolution that are now essential for the microbiome research revolution. We aim to build on our history and the diverse research in microbial systems taking place across campus to integrate fundamental studies of microbes with application to human, animal, plant, and environmental microbiomes. Through this interdisciplinary hiring strategy and other investments, we will illuminate microbial biology and host interactions across scales and in diverse contexts.
MSc or PhD in Virology
University of Montreal Hi. There is opportunity for MSc and PhD training at my Laboratory of Animal Molecular Virology. If you are interested, we could meet and discuss the potential research projects. Write an email or drop a line through this app. Having your CV would be helpful. Thank you. Best regards, Levon Abrahamyan, PhD Université de Montréal
PhD in Bioinformatics
Rodriguez-Zas lab Research assistantship while pursuing PhD studies with Dr. Rodriguez-Zas at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Informatics or data analytics background preferred. Multiple omics projects available. https://scholar.google.com/scholar?as_sdt=1,14&q=author:Rodriguez-Zas&hl=en publish.illinois.edu/rodrgzzs-lab/
Research Associate Anthelmintics
UMASS Medical School We are seeking a highly motivated and organized Research Associate 0 (I) to join us in developing new cures for intestinal nematode parasites (soil-transmitted helminths) and thereby advancing Global Health for humans and animals. Our laboratory is a world leader in studying and finding new cures for hookworm, roundworm, and whipworm parasites of humans that are major causes of poverty worldwide with an estimated 1.5 billion children and women requirement treatment. We are also leaders in developing new dewormers for large animals (horses, sheep, swine, canines,...). This is truly an opportunity to make a major positive impact in the world. Enthusiastic candidates passionate about global and animal health are encouraged to apply!
SSIU Technician II
Ceva Animal Health R&D Technician II
Location: Lenexa, KS
Job Summary and Purpose: Apply general microbiology/parasitological/serology methods to ensure timely processing and identification of clinical samples. Provide laboratory and administrative support to SSIU Bacteriology/Serology/Parasitology team. Complete testing for internal and external customers, as requested. Participate in other projects as assigned. Understand and promote the CEVA Animal Health values and Business Objectives/Goals.
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Ph D graduate candidate
University of Vermont A Ph D graduate student position is currently open with teaching/research assistantship. The candidate will carry out research in metabolic changes during mastitis in cows. Please send your resume and transcripts to email@example.com. I am also available to meet during the conference.
Asst Professor tenure track in Genomics and Bioinformatics
University of Arkansas I am at CRWAD so email me if you wish to learn more.
The Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Arkansas invites applications for a 9-month tenure-track faculty position in Genomics and Bioinformatics at the rank of Assistant Professor to start in August 2020.
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Specific inquiries may be directed to the Search Committee Chair, Dr. Dan Lessner (firstname.lastname@example.org). Completed applications received by December 13, 2019 will be assured full consideration. Late applications will be reviewed as necessary to fill the position.
COHA Translational Research Fellowship Opportunity in NC State Comparative Gastroenterology Lab
NC State Comparative Gastroenterology Lab Eligible fellowship applicants will have a DVM or equivalent and have completed an AVMA-approved veterinary residency before the start of the fellowship. The Translational Research Fellowship provides 2 years of salary support at the NIH postdoctoral pay scale, plus a total of $2,500 in funds for travel or training-related expenses. Fellows must devote at least 75% effort to research. Fellows may supplement their stipend with up to 25% effort towards clinical work, if such work is in alignment with the research and career development plan.
The Comparative Gastroenterology (CGI) Lab led by Drs. Anthony Blikslager and Amanda Ziegler studies translational development of gut health using large animal models, primarily pigs. The research team is fully USDA- and NIH-funded for the next five years to study intensively the roles of nutritional inputs in the development of a healthy and disease-resistant intestinal microbiome, enteric nervous system (ENS), and epithelial barrier. Come to Dr Ziegler’s talk at 11:30am on Monday to hear more about our work!
Contact the primary mentor directly to discuss suitability for submitting a joint full proposal for fellowship funding. The full application must be submitted by 5 PM central time on January 8, 2020. Full fellowship applications will be reviewed by the COHA Clinician Scientist Education Subcommittee. Funding decisions will be announced by February 14, 2020 for an August 2020 start date. Four 2-year fellowships will be funded to start each year, beginning in the fall of 2020 through the fall of 2023 (16 fellowships total).
Post-doc in microbial ecology and bioinformatics
University of Minnesota For detailed job description and application instructions, visit https://hr.myu.umn.edu/jobs/ext/333071
Post-doctoral Research associate
LSU School of Veterinary Medicine A post-doctoral research associate position is available at the Department of Pathobiology , (Dr. Shafiqul Chowdhury laboratory) to participate in a USDA funded research. Interested candidates with demonstrated expertise in molecular virology and immunology of animal viral diseases are encouraged to contact Dr. Shafiqul Chowdhury. By email (chowdh @lsu.edu
MSc or PhD in Animal Virology
University of Montreal Hi, There are opportunities for MSc and PhD training at my Laboratory of Animal Molecular Virology. If you are interested, we could meet and discuss the potential research projects. You can write me an email or drop a line through this app. Having your CV would be helpful. Thank you. Best regards,
Levon Abrahamyan, PhD Université de Montréal
Kansas State University A postdoc position is available to work on African Swine Fever Virus vaccine development. Required skills: - Molecular biology - Virology - Immunology/vaccinology.
post doc position
Washington State University https://g.co/kgs/DSBQ5t
Postdoc - salmonella in pigs/turkeys
USDA & ORISE Position at NADC in Ames, Iowa with ORISE to identify novel mechanisms between pigs/turkeys, microbiota, and food borne pathogen, Salmonella. Amazing facilities and research team!