[Coral-List] MS opportunity: Molecular mechanisms of the coral-dinoflagellate symbiosis

Manuel ARANDA manuel.aranda at kaust.edu.sa
Mon Sep 5 03:21:28 EDT 2016

Hi coral-listers,

We are looking for a MS students to join our group at the Red Sea Research
Center of the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST).

The topic of this project focuses on the molecular mechanisms of the
coral-algal symbiosis. Within this project, the MS candidate will focus on
functional analyses and hypothesis validation using the model system

We are seeking highly motivated, self-dependent applicants with an interest
in molecular biology and/or genomics. Desired qualifications are experience
in molecular biology, bioinformatic analyses and/or immunohistochemistry.
The candidates will be working in an international research environment and
are expected to be proficient in spoken and written English.

The King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) is located
directly on the Red Sea on more than 36 square kilometers encompassing
state-of-the-art research facilities as well as housing and recreational
facilities for the campus community.  More information is available at
www.kaust.edu.sa. The MS student package includes: a generous annual
stipend, remission of tuition, housing, relocation, yearly repatriation
travel, and medical insurance. Interested candidates should send a short
motivation letter and up-to-date CV to manuel.aranda at kaust.edu.sa.




Manuel Aranda Lastra
Assistant Professor
Red Sea Science and Engineering Research Center
4700 King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
Building 2, 2216
Thuwal 23955-6900, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Mobile: +966 544700661
Office: +966 2808 2979


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