The Romero-Olivares Lab at New Mexico State University (NMSU) is looking for students interested in exploring how microbes respond and adapt to global climate change and impacts to our ecosystems such as the carbon cycle and threats to public health.
These positions are fully funded through NSF, NIH, and teaching assistantships in the Biology Department at NMSU.
Successful candidates will have a strong record and interest in soil microbiology, ecology, soil sciences, and related fields. They will have the ability to work independently but collaboratively, have strong work ethics, and experience in or willingness to learn a variety of methods including molecular biology, statistics, and bioinformatics.
This position will begin in Fall 2024. You can find information about Dr. Romero-Olivares and her lab at www.fungiloverlab.com. More information about the Biology graduate program at NMSU can be found at https://bio.nmsu.edu/students/grads.html and the NMSU graduate school at https://gradschool.nmsu.edu/.
Interested students can reach out to Dr. Adriana Romero-Olivares at firstname.lastname@example.org prior to applying. Please attach a current CV, unofficial transcripts, and a brief description of your research interests and career goals. For full consideration please send materials by September 20, 2023.
Adriana Lucía Romero Olivares