The TerAvest lab in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Michigan State
University has an immediate opening for a postdoctoral researcher (Research
Associate) to study energy metabolism and biofuel production in *Zymomonas
mobilis*. Candidates with degrees in microbiology, biochemistry, molecular
biology, or related fields will be considered. Experience with genetic
engineering and/or synthetic biology is preferred.

This project is funded through the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center
and will afford many opportunities to interact with other biofuel
researchers within the center at both MSU and University of Wisconsin,
Madison. This position will include targeted mentoring to help you reach
your career goals, with opportunities to mentor students, gain teaching
experience, direct outreach activities, and develop independent projects.
Our lab strongly values reproducibility in research, rigorous statistical
analysis, and excellent writing, and these values will also be a part of
the mentoring plan. Because we are a young lab, you will have significant
freedom to develop projects, standard practices, and lab culture.

See to
apply or email Dr. Michaela TerAvest ([email protected]) for more

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