The Michigan Society of Fellows offers a unique opportunity for postdoctoral fellows that provides three years of academic support. Fellows are funded to initiate a research program and contribute to the teaching mission of the University.
There are new opportunities in soil microbiome science at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory if you have experience in computational biology or soil microbiology. We are looking for two innovative postdoctoral fellows—one in biochemical reaction network modeling and one in soil microbiology—to join a large, multi-disciplinary research team. Build your career, your contacts, and your research portfolio with meaningful work in the complex and consequential realm of the soil microbiome.
Looking for an exceptionally-talented individual with a background in computational/statistical science. Ideally the person should have exposure to working on Linux-type servers (know how of bash/awk scripting) with knowledge of programming languages (e.g. C/C++, Python, Perl, R, HTML, Java etc).
A postdoctoral scholar position is available in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at The University of Michigan to characterize methylmercury degradation by methanotrophs. The research is funded by the National Science Foundation and will occur under the direct supervision of Professor Jeremy D. Semrau. The position is available for one year, with the possibility of being extended to two years contingent on satisfactory performance and continued funding.
The postdoctor will be associated with the project “MetaNorSE: Meta-omic interpretation of Norwegian Salmon gastrointestinal Ecosystems” which aims to decipher gut microbiome-host metabolic networks that exert major influence in Norwegian Salmon nutrition and health.
A postdoctoral scientist position (1+ years) is available in Dr. Nicole Koropatkin’s group at the University of Michigan Medical School in the Dept. of Microbiology and Immunology. This project will involve a multidisplinary approach combining structural biology, enzymology, molecular genetics and animal models in order to determine how key enzymes and proteins equip bacteria for glycan scavenging in the gut.
The Medical School, the College of Pharmacy, and College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA), and the Life Sciences Institute (LSI) at the University of Michigan have partnered to offer the Michigan Life Sciences Fellows program, a highly competitive postdoctoral fellowship program to enhance the research program of the entire life sciences enterprise at Michigan.
A list of recent career opportunities (at all levels) posted on the American Society of Microbiology's Career Connections website.