POSITIONS IN EVOLUTIONARY GENOMICS OF FUNGAL PLANT PATHOGENS
We are seeking talented and motivated postdoc (research associate) and PhD student (research assistant) candidates in the Fungal Genomics and Evolution Lab within the Synthetic and Systems Biology Unit of the Biological Research Center, with experience in molecular biology, microbiology, light microscopy or bioinformatics.
The successful candidate(s) will be responsible for studying the evolution of the interaction between pathogenic fungi and host plants in the context of multicellular development using a wide range of high-throughput techniques, including single-cell transcriptomics, comparative genomics and bioinformatics. Candidates are welcome for both bioinformatics and wet-lab projects (please specify).
The successful Candidate has:
• PhD/Msc or equivalent in biology with specialization in molecular biology, functional genomics, bioinformatics or microbiology
• Solid skills in molecular biology assays, microscopy and/or basic microbiological methods
• Experience or interest in bioinformatics, phylogenetics
• Fluency in English
• Good team player traits
• Top notch projects and instrumentation
• International environment
• Competitive salaries (420 000 HUF, equivalent to EUR 3 400 in Paris when adjusted to cost of living in Szeged [numbeo.com])
• Extensive collaborator network
Preferred candidates will have diverse research interest, high motivation, excellent communication skills and willingness to work both independently and as part of a team. For more details on our research see the lab website: http://group.szbk.u-
Kohler A, Kuo A, Nagy LG, et al. (2015) Nature Genetics 47:410-5. DOI: 10.1038/ng.3223
Nagy LG, Ohm R, et al. (2014) Nature Communications 5:4471. DOI:10.1038/ncomms5471
Contact and application
If interested, send a motivation letter along with your CV to Laszlo Nagy (firstname.lastname@example.org).