School of Marine Science “Leon H. Charney” is looking for talented and motivated students to pursue an MSc degree in their lab
1. Environmental microbiology and oceanography to study the role of rhodopsin phototrophy in ocean’s solar energy capture and its regulation in contrasting nutrient regimes.
2. Host-microbe interactions to study the molecular mechanisms underlying the acquisition and maintenance of bacteria symbionts in marine sponges.
These studies are part of international collaborations with research groups in the USA, Germany, Australia, Holland and Italy.
For more information please contact Dr. Laura Steindler, sending your CV
and your BSc grades: email@example.com