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Why USF? | Why Tampa?

Highly motivated bacteriologists who have experience in the fields of cell division, sporulation (endospore formation), two-component systems (histidine kinase/response regulator), Ser/Thr kinases, and/or antibacterial resistance mechanisms with expertise in any (preferably more than one) of the following areas are encouraged to inquire anytime. To apply for this position, email (eswara@usf.edu) a single pdf document composed of a cover letter, statement of research experience and interests, and CV with the contact information of three references.

* Bacterial genetics (especially Staphylococcus aureus)
* Transposon mutagenesis
* Biochemistry (cell division and/or cytoskeletal proteins)
* Structural biology
* Fluorescence microscopy
* Next-generation sequencing techniques (ChIP-seq, RNA-seq)
* Bioinformatics (CLC Genomics Workbench)
* Proteomics
* Peptidoglycan biosynthesis/degradation analysis
* Post-translational modification analysis
* In vitro phosphosphorylation assay
* Protein-DNA interaction analysis
* sRNA-mediated regulation
* CRISPR/Cas techniques
* Bioactive molecule (drug) discovery

Students interested in applying to graduate programs (M.S. and Ph.D.) in the CMMB department and/or knowing more about our current projects and vacancies are encouraged to contact us directly through the email address provided below.

Current University of South Florida students, with a GPA of 3.0 or above, interested in conducting undergraduate research in our lab are encouraged to inquire directly through email (address provided below) with their: (i) résumé; and (ii) the Eswara lab undergraduate research application form.

Mailing address:

4202 E. Fowler Ave. ISA 2015
Tampa, FL 33620-5150

Email:

eswara@usf.edu

Phone:

(813) 974 5286

Fax:

(813) 905 9919

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