The Department of Biology Rutgers University—Camden invites applications for a two-year post-doctoral fellowship. This position will work in the laboratory of Dr. Xingyun Qi at Rutgers University (the State University of New Jersey) – Camden, Department of Biology. We are seeking highly motivated individuals who are interested in mechanisms of plant developmental biology and plant stress tolerance. Successful candidate will use a combination of molecular, genetic, cellular and biochemical approaches to study the molecular mechanism how stomatal development is regulated by abiotic stresses. They will participate in the initiation of the different research projects available in the laboratory and are expected to independently conduct thier own research project.
Applications must include: (1) resume (2) cover letter, (3) teaching statement, (4) name and contact information for three references, (5) a research statement outlining current and future research interests.
If you have any question about this position or the department, please contact the Dr. Xinguyn Qi, (Xingyun.firstname.lastname@example.org. ).
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