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Postdoctoral Fellow in Host-Microbe Interaction
Location: BloomingtonDepartment: IU Bloomington BiologyPosition Announcement: A postdoctoral position is available as part of a collaborative project between the Newton (https://discogenome.wordpress.com/) and Hardy (http://thehardylab.mystrikingly.com/) laboratories, in the Department of Biology, Indiana University, Bloomington.  This position is part of an NSF Rules of Life: Microbiome Theory and Mechanisms award focused on identifying how microbes alter the epitranscriptome.  Successful host-associated microbes sculpt host cell biology in ways that are useful to them. Often, these changes in host biology alter the ability of other microbes to colonize, prot


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