There is another biology education postdoc position at Cornell, please share with anyone who may be interested. This position is for the General Microbiology course working with Esther Angert <email@example.com>
Postdoctoral Associate, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
We invite applications for a full-time teaching postdoctoral associate to join a team of faculty and teaching assistants to further develop and assess pedagogical tools for the course BIOMI2900 General Microbiology Lectures. The...
Praxis Precision Medicines, a venture-backed biotech company based in Cambridge focused on the development of medicines for neuropsychiatric disorders, is looking for talented (soon to graduate) PhD students and post-docs to join our growing team in our full-time Drug Discovery and Development Fellowship Program.
Fellow will work closely with expert medicinal and structural chemists, neuro-pharmacologists, and medical scientists to advance novel drugs through the clinic, and along senior management to...
Teaching Postdoctoral Associate – Organismal Biodiversity (University Title – Instructor) College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Cornell University Ithaca, New York
The Laboratories of Chelsea Specht, Patrick O’Grady, and Kelly Zamudio, in collaboration with Cornell’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Active Learning Initiative, invite applicants for a full-time Teaching Postdoctoral Associate (University Title – Instructor) with interest in developing skills and experience in Biology Education Research and Evidence-Based Pedagogy in preparation for an...
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