A postdoctoral position in modeling plant-soil feedbacks is available in the lab of PI James O’Dwyer.

The project will also involve collaboration with other faculty members and postdoctoral researchers associated with the University of Illinois Institute for Sustainability, Energy and the Environment. A more detailed description of this overarching project is linked here:

http://sustainability.illinois.edu/research/climate-solutions/plants-in-silico-project/

We welcome candidates with training in ecological modeling, microbial ecology, and also in other quantitative fields. Start date is flexible, and the position will involve multiple opportunities for career development. The O’Dwyer lab is highly interdisciplinary, while the collaborative environment here at
UIUC provides an opportunity for postdoctoral fellows to bridge multiple departments and institutes. We are closely affiliated with the UIUC Program in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation and the Institute for Genomic Biology.

To apply, send a CV, a one page statement of research interests, a representative paper, and contact information for three references to James O’Dwyer at [email protected]

Applications will be considered as they arrive, and informal inquiries are welcome. For further information also check out our lab site: http://publish.illinois.edu/odwyerlab/

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