Postdoctoral Fellow Position from the Center for Integrated Fungal Research and College of Veterinary Medicine at NCSU
Postdoctoral Fellow Position for transdisciplinary research on equine fungal keratitis as part of the Tri-Institutional Molecular Mycology and Pathogenesis Training Program
The Center for Integrated Fungal Research and College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University are seeking interested individuals to apply for a postdoctoral fellow position to conduct transdisciplinary research on equine fungal keratitis with colleagues at Duke University as part of the Tri-Institutional Molecular Mycology and Pathogenesis Training Program (https://mmptp.mgm.duke.edu). Research will focus on examining equine keratitis fungal species diversity, conducting in vitro MIC testing, and evaluating an ex-vivo corneal cell model to predict the relative efficacy of antifungal therapeutic agents for managing equine keratitis disease. Applicants must have a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Ph.D. in Veterinary Science or equivalent degree. Research experience with animals and microorganisms is preferred. Applications should include a cover letter and a CV including the names of three references. For more information, contact Drs. Brian Gilger (bgilger@ncsu[dot]edu)or Marc Cubeta (macubeta@ncsu[dot]edu).