This position is a two-year term postdoctoral associate appointment within the College of Engineering, Science, Technology and Agriculture (CESTA).
The successful candidate will join a growing research community at Central State
University (CSU), an 1890 Land-Grant Institution in Wilberforce, OH. The
candidate will possess advanced molecular and bio-informatic skills for honeybee
evolutionary genomics and breeding program.
This is a new CSU program that builds upon PI’s experience to increase genetic
diversity of honeybees. The Postdoctoral associate will be required to become
familiar with existing honeybee genomic datasets, molecular biology, and
The candidate should be knowledgeable in the rapidly growing and evolving area
in functional genomics, molecular markers, and related field. Potential interests of
other research related to bee genomics and genetics is also encouraged.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Perform research for honeybee transcriptomic analysis.
Perform research for molecular genetic breeding and selection.
Design experiments, perform experiments, data collection, data analysis,
bioinformatics analysis, report, write, and publish scientific papers.
Doctoral degree in entomology, molecular biology, animal science/breeding,
ecology/evolution, or other relevant biological sciences.
Knowledge and skills in genomics, genetics, molecular biology, development
of insects for at least 2 years.
computational biology for at least 2 years. -Knowledge and skills in honeybee biology for at least 2 years