We are pleased to announce the availability of postdoctoral research associate positions in Dr. Seleem's laboratory for enthusiastic candidates interested in antimicrobial drug discovery. The positions offer a highly competitive salary range of $62K - $70K.
Our research program is centered around two primary areas: antimicrobial resistance and drug discovery. This work is highly collaborative, encompassing bacteriology, mycology, molecular pathogenesis, immunology, medicinal chemistry, pharmacology, and animal models. The interdisciplinary nature of our team provides a unique strength, as it combines expertise in both basic and clinical applications. Our work environment fosters innovation and collaboration, offering access to state-of-the-art renovated labs and advanced infrastructures at Virginia Tech.
We are seeking candidates with a Ph.D. in microbiology, immunology, molecular biology, pharmacy, biology, medical sciences, or a related field. Previous research experience in antimicrobial, bacteriology, or drug discovery will be considered a plus. Both junior and senior-level candidates are encouraged to apply.
The successful candidate will work closely with Dr. Seleem in a collaborative lab setting, receiving guidance to develop their project and achieve their career goals.
Interested individuals should send their application packet, compiled into a single PDF file, via email to Dr. Mohamed Seleem (firstname.lastname@example.org). The application packet should include the following:
Virginia Tech is an equal opportunity employer, and we strongly encourage individuals from diverse backgrounds, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and veterans, to apply for these positions.
Join our innovative and interdisciplinary research team in advancing antimicrobial drug discovery and making a significant impact on global health. We look forward to receiving your applications.
We are excited to announce Ph.D. graduate research positions available in Dr. Mohamed Seleem's group, funded by NIH for antimicrobial drug discovery projects. Our research program is dedicated to two major areas: antimicrobial resistance and drug discovery. Emphasizing collaboration, our work integrates various disciplines, including bacteriology, mycology, molecular pathogenesis, immunology, medicinal chemistry, pharmacology, and animal models. The diverse expertise within our interdisciplinary team empowers us to bridge the gap between basic and clinical applications effectively. At Virginia Tech, we offer an international, innovative, and interdisciplinary work environment, granting access to state-of-the-art renovated labs and advanced infrastructures.
The assistantship provides a highly competitive monthly stipend along with tuition fee coverage. We are seeking highly motivated candidates with a keen interest in microbiology, pharmacology, infectious diseases, and drug discovery. Candidates with prior research experience or a Master's degree are strongly encouraged to apply.
This is an exceptional opportunity to be part of cutting-edge research in antimicrobial drug discovery, contributing to the advancement of global health. Join our team and make a difference in combating infectious diseases. Apply now to become a member of our vibrant and forward-thinking research community at Virginia Tech
We are actively seeking a highly motivated and experienced scientist to join our team in the position of Group Manager, Research Assistant Professor, or Research Associate Professor. The successful candidate will play a crucial role in leading and coordinating the day-to-day operations of our laboratory while conducting independent research in the field of antimicrobial discovery and development. The focus of the work will involve identifying and validating novel antifungal and antimicrobial targets, as well as characterizing molecular mechanisms of drug resistance.
As part of our university setting, the selected candidate can expect a highly competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.
If you meet the preferred qualifications and are enthusiastic about contributing to cutting-edge research in antimicrobial discovery, we encourage you to apply. This position offers a unique opportunity to play a significant role in our dynamic and innovative research team. Join us in making a meaningful impact on scientific advancement in the field of antimicrobial research.
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