Post Doctoral Scholar in Microbial Ecology with University of Oregon
The Biology and the Built Environment Center is currently
seeking a post-doc to investigate fundamental questions surrounding
the role of microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, fungi archaea, and
protists) in the built environment and in relation to human health
The ideal candidate will have a combination of domain expertise and leadership potential. With regards to domain expertise, candidates should possess a demonstrated ability to generate, process, analyze and interpret microbiome data. Deep knowledge in data analytics, bioinformatics, bioaerosol science, and/or clinical microbiology is highly desirable. From a leadership perspective, we are seeking candidates who are comfortable working on multiple concurrent projects with interdisciplinary scientists and private industries comprising a diverse range of experience; have demonstrated a record of scientific writing and scholarly productivity; have a record of, or evidence of potential for, obtaining external research funding.
The successful candidate will have the ability to work with faculty, students, and industry partners from a variety of diverse backgrounds and the opportunity to creatively and independently engage in research at the BioBE Center (https://biobe.uoregon.edu/).