The lab is hiring a new research assistant! This is a unique opportunity to join a talented, friendly, and collaborative group of researchers who are making a difference in molecular ecology. The position is perfect for a college graduate seeking lab experience and publication opportunities before graduate school. A brief description is below. If you are interested, apply soon!
The lab of Dr. Tyler Kartzinel at Brown University (www.kartzinellab.com) is seeking a Research Assistant to support research on the diets, microbiomes, and metagenomes of wildlife. The Research Assistant will devote ~80% of their time to specific research projects and the remaining ~20% time to general maintenance and lab support. The Research Assistant will be welcomed as a full lab member and be expected to attend lab meetings and to contribute to a supportive and interactive lab atmosphere. The Research Assistant will interface with varied research facilities including the Brown University Genomics Facility, Brown University Herbarium, Brown Center for Animal Resources and Education and diverse collaborators on our NSF-funded projects around the world. This is a unique opportunity to become deeply involved in exciting research at the interface of ecology, genetics, and conservation. As such, it is well-suited for a college graduate seeking additional experience before graduate school.
The individual who fills the position will have opportunities to collaborate on important partnerships around the world. Please see our Research Page for examples of funded projects that are relevant to the position. Please see our People Page to get a sense for the diversity of collaborative efforts happening in the lab.
Find full details in the the official job description Brown's Career Site (REQ177255). I plan to review applications on a rolling basis and hope to fill the position in summer of 2022. I will continue reviewing applications until the position is filled. Please email the PI with any inquiries about the position.