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Assistant/Associate Professor in Microbiology (tenure track appointment)
QUALIFICATIONS: We are seeking an outstanding research-focused microbiologist with a demonstrated research interest in veterinary bacteriology/mycology. Our faculty provide a strong, collegial core to support investigation of infectious agents and disease in animals and humans. Our departmental research focuses on the mechanisms by which diseases develop at the organismal, cellular, and molecular levels. We have overlapping and collaborative research strengths in both the interactions of microbes with their hosts and the host response to infection. A PhD or equivalent is required. Topics of specific interest include but are not limited to: antimicrobial resistance, the microbiome, microbial ecology, bacterial pathogenesis, metagenomics and the development of cutting-edge techniques to d


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