Job offer in england Research Associate in Plant Sciences Bioinformatics at University of Bristol
Applications are invited to an opportunity for a motivated and talented post-doctoral research with expertise in bioinformatics to join a project in Dr Antony Dodd’s group. The project is investigating the role of circadian regulation plant environmental adaptation, examining circadian signal transduction and circadian regulation of gene expression under laboratory and field conditions. This project is a collaboration between the Dodd laboratory at the University of Bristol and Prof Hiroshi Kudoh in Kyoto University.
The successful candidate will have a PhD in a relevant area of bioinformatics and/or plant sciences, an appropriate first degree, and excellent publication record commensurate with career stage. This is a part-time open-ended position (0.5 FTE) with funding available for 18 months.
For informal enquiries please contact Dr Antony Dodd (email@example.com; +44 (0)117 394 1176).
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