Post-doc Position on the Molecular Mechanisms: Sapienza University in Rome, Italy, invites applications for a Post-doc position focused on unraveling the molecular mechanisms governing flower opening and closing. This unique opportunity, within the Serino Lab, involves a collaborative team project utilizing genetic and molecular biology techniques, CRISPR, advanced imaging, and omics approaches to explore this understudied aspect of plant biology.
Research Area: Molecular Mechanisms of Flower Opening and Closing
Location: Sapienza University, Rome, Italy
Eligibility/Qualification: Early career researchers with a background in plant genetics, genomics, molecular biology, or biochemistry are encouraged to apply.
Post-doc Position on the Molecular Mechanisms of Flower Opening and Closing
The successful candidate will contribute to a collaborative project deciphering the molecular mechanisms governing flower opening and closing, with a focus on the role of light. The project employs a multidisciplinary approach, including genetic and molecular biology techniques, CRISPR, advanced imaging, and omics methods. The Serino Lab, situated in Sapienza University, offers a vibrant research environment with cutting-edge facilities.
Last Date for Apply: 04 December 2023
|Research Area||Molecular Mechanisms of Flower Opening and Closing|
|Location||Sapienza University, Rome, Italy|
|Eligibility/Qualification||Early career researchers with a background in plant genetics, genomics, molecular biology, or biochemistry|
|Job Description||Collaborative project on the molecular mechanisms of flower opening and closing, with a focus on light regulation|
|How to Apply||Apply at CPService<br>Email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information|
|Last Date for Apply||December 4th, 2023|