Postdoc and Researcher positions in Lindsey lab, University of Minnesota

The Lindsey lab is currently recruiting for two positions (a postdoc and a researcher) in their group at the University of Minnesota.  We are broadly interested in intracellular bacteria and reproduction, and have a major focus on insect models and their sex-manipulating Wolbachia symbionts. Research projects are typically quite interdisciplinary and integrate genomics, molecular and cell biology, microbiology, genetics, and organismal approaches. You can read more about the lab, our environment, and our research here:
Post-Doctoral Associate, mechanisms and consequences of asexual reproduction
Researcher 2, Wolbachia-host interactions with a touch of lab management