Postdoc Associate1, Ke Dong Lab


Posted on Mar 31, 2020

Duke University, Biology

Durham, NC

We seek a postdoctoral associate to conduct research on the molecular mechanism of neurotoxin resistance in mosquitoes.

The project focuses on understanding molecular responses of voltage-gated sodium channels to neuroactive toxins including pyrethroid insecticides and functional impact of sodium channel mutations on neurotoxin resistance in mosquito populations.

We are looking for someone with experience in mosquito biology and molecular biology, and trained in electrophysiology of voltage-gated sodium channels.

An interest in conducting interdisciplinary research is a plus.

Qualifications include a Ph.D.

in Entomology, Toxicology, Neurobiology or related fields and evidence of strong research productivity.

The postdoc will be responsible for: 1) conducting laboratory work, 2) data analysis, and 3) preparation of results for publication.

The postdoc will also assist the PI (Ke Dong) in overseeing the project and helping to train graduate students and undergraduates.

Opportunities will be available for the postdoc to establish their own side projects related to the overall goals of the lab research program.

Salary and benefits are commensurate with Duke University standards for postdoctoral associates.

Applicants should submit a CV, statement of research interests, and contact information for three people who can serve as references.

Applications must be submitted through AcademicJobsOnline.com.

Review of applications will be ongoing.

Positions could begin as soon as Sept 15, 2020.

How to Apply

Follow the application procedure at academicjobsonline.org for more info.


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