[Masashi Yamada Lab] Postdoc position opening
The post-doc position in Biotechnology Center in Southern Taiwan, Academia Sinica (Tainan) is available to study the function of Root Meristem Growth Factor 1 (RGF1) peptide in root developmental zones and the molecular mechanism of root developmental zones to adapt to abiotic stress. The successful candidates will be actively participating in one of the following projects.
1.Investigation of the regulation mechanism of Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) in the specific root developmental zones by RGF1 peptide.
Yamada M, Han X, Benfey PN
RGF1 controls root meristem size through ROS signaling. Nature. 2019 Dec 4. doi: 10.1038/s41586-019-1819-6. Epub 2019 Dec 4
2.Elucidation of the regulation mechanism of ROS and alternatively spliced isoforms during root adaptation to abiotic stress.
A candidate with transcriptome, metabolome, proteomics, and biochemistry backgrounds is strongly desired for this position. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are essential, as well as good English speaking, reading, and writing skills. Knowledge in Chinese/Mandarin is not required.
Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience, and based on the Academia Sinica’s scale. Our institute is located in Tainan (south part of Taiwan). Living expenses in Tainan are reasonable. Tainan's climate is warm all year round and the security is very good. The new building of our institute will be completed in next summer near to the Tainan station of Taiwan High-Speed Rail. Our research facilities are state-of-art levels.
Please send 1) a cover letter summarizing your research interests, career goals, and motivation to join in my lab, 2) potential start date, 3) a CV, 4) contact information of two references, 5) skype or line ID to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2020/09/07 10:00 AM
Dr. Michael Alan Huffman (Associate Professor (tenured), Department of Ecology and Social Behavior, Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan)
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