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Postdoctoral position in molecular parasitology
Martsinovsky Institute of Medical Parasitology, Tropical and Vector-Borne Diseases is a part of the First Medical University (Sechenov University). Current research priorities include dirofilariasis, malaria, mosquito- and tick-borne viral infections and leishmaniosis.
A successful candidate will be involved in several projects focused on molecular biology of Trypanosomatidae, host-parasite interactions and microbiome/viriome of these flagellates. The position entails extended research stays in the laboratory of Molecular protozoology (Life Science Research Centre, University of Ostrava, Czech Republic).
Ph.D., upper intermediate English, experience in molecular biology and genetics, ability to work independently. Basic bio-computing experience (e.g. genome and transcriptome analysis) is a plus.
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