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Postdoc or Research Professor-Chonbuk National University, South Korea

 

Jae-Su Kim in Chonbuk National University (http://en.jbnu.ac.kr), South Korea and looking for a new postdoc or research professor. Our project is "R&D of entomopathogenic fungi for pest management" which includes construction of fungal library, bioassay against soil-dwelling pest, works on molecular biology to characterize virulence-related genes in B. bassiana. In regard to our researches, you can visit at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jae_Kim31 and find more information.

The deadline for the submission will be due on March 1st.

Hoping to work with a young scientist in our friendly laboratory.

 

Contact: Jae-Su Kim, Associate Professor Associate Editor in J Asia-Pacific Entomology Insect Microbiology and Biotechnology Lab (IMBL) Department of Agricultural Biology College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Chonbuk National University Baekje street 567, Jeonju city, South Korea Home Page: https://com.jbnu.ac.kr/~imbl Office: +82-(0)63-270-2525, Cell: +82-(0)10-6332-9684 & email:jskim10@jbnu.ac.kr


POSTDOC

 

We are looking for a postdoc to work with insect pathology in relation to insects produced for food and feed, as  part of a newly funded project inVALUABLE  “Insect Value Chain in a Circular Bioeconomy”, a major Danish project supported by Innovation Fund Denmark.

 

The post doc will work on improving the understanding of factors influencing mealworm health and performance. The studies will focus on interactions between mealworm nutrition (prebiotic and probiotic diets) and infection success of mealworm pathogens (fungi and bacteria). The position starts Aug 1, 2017 or soon thereafter end last 21 months.

 

If you are interested you have to apply through our online system, deadline 23/2-2017.

 

More information about the position and application procedure can be found at http://jobportal.ku.dk/alle-opslag/?show=884497 

 

You are welcome to contact us for further information.

Jørgen Eilenberg and Annette Bruun Jensen


Postdoctoral Researcher –BT TOXIN ENGINEERING / insect physiology

 

Postdoctoral research associate position is available to conduct research in the laboratory of Dr. Bryony C. Bonning in the Department of Entomology and Nematology at University of Florida.

 

Dr. Bryony C. Bonning
E-mail: bbonning@iastate.edu

 

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Postdoctoral Researcher – Protein Bioinformatics (Pesticidal Toxins)

 

A postdoctoral research associate position is available to work on the bioinformatic characterization and classification of the rapidly increasing set of bacterial toxins active against economically relevant pests. The incumbent will be housed in the laboratory of Dr. Bryony C. Bonning in the Department of Entomology and Nematology at University of Florida with the project conducted in collaboration with Dr. Neil Crickmore, University of Sussex, UK and Drs. Colin Berry and Tom Connor, Cardiff University, UK. The project will be part of a newly-formed consortium overseeing a Bacterial Pesticidal Protein Information Resource Center.

 

Dr. Bryony C. Bonning
E-mail: camtech@iastate.edu

 

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