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Postdoctoral Fellow in Plant Stress Physiology

Postdoctoral Position

Plant Stress Physiology

Applicants are invited for a postdoctoral position in plant stress physiology in an EU supported project that aims to understand molecular circuits underlying plant responses to abiotic and biotic stresses. We are looking for a postdoctoral fellow with an expertise in plant stress physiology and an interest in plant omics. Previous experience in confocal laser scanning microscopy or plant phenotyping is welcomed.

The successful candidate will be involved in investigation of multiple stress interactions with main focus on heat, drought and pathogen attack. The candidate will participate in stress treatments, plant phenotyping, sample preparation, biochemical and biophysical assays, data evaluation, interpretation and manuscript preparation.

We offer a creative and stimulating international scientific environment and high-end facilities. The lab language is English.

The city of Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic and provides an attractive international living environment (https://www.brnoexpatcentre.eu/).

The position is initially for up to 24-month period with a possible extension for another 2 years. The position is available starting from January 1, 2019. Earlier start can be negotiated. Applications will be continuously evaluated until the deadline of October 15, 2018. The application in a single pdf file should contain curriculum vitae, copies of diplomas and transcripts, and a motivation letter stating your research interest. Further, three references should be sent directly by applicant’s referees.

Address for application and further information:

Prof. Bretislav Brzobohaty

E-mail: brzoboha@ibp.cz

Location: 
Brno, Czech Republic
Deadline: 
October 15, 2018

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