Postdoc In the Biology of Dung Beetle Microbiome Interactions in Bloomington, IN for Indiana University Purdue University Indianpolis (IUPUI)
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Postdoc In the Biology of Dung Beetle Microbiome Interactions
Location: BloomingtonDepartment: IU Bloomington BiologyPosition Announcement: A full-time postdoctoral position is available in Dr. Armin Moczek's lab, Department of Biology, Indiana University, Bloomington. Our lab conducts research in evolutionary developmental (evo-devo) and ecological developmental (eco-devo) biology, focusing on the genetic, developmental and ecological mechanisms that mediate the origins and diversification of novel complex traits in insects. The postdoctoral fellow will be co-advised by Dr. Irene Newton, an expert in microbiomes and mechanism of host-microbe interaction. The position advertised will focus on the interactions between dung beetle hosts and their microbiome. Our recent wor


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