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We plan to hire one postdoctoral researcher in 2013 to investigate on metabolic and gene regulatory pathway analysis in poplar. For details, please contact Dr. Sriram.
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We plan to hire one postdoctoral researcher in 2013 to investigate on metabolic and gene regulatory pathway analysis in poplar. For details, please contact [[Sriram_Lab:Contact|contact Dr. Sriram]].
  
 
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Open positions

Postdoctoral researchers

We plan to hire one postdoctoral researcher in 2013 to investigate on metabolic and gene regulatory pathway analysis in poplar. For details, please contact contact Dr. Sriram.

Graduate researchers

We are seeking one graduate student in 2013-14 to work on metabolic and gene regulatory pathway analysis in diatoms. To be a graduate student in the Sriram Lab, you must be admitted to a graduate (Ph.D. or M.S.) program in chemical engineering or a related area at University of Maryland. If you are seeking admission and would like assistance or information about future projects, please contact Dr. Sriram.

Undergraduate researchers

We are seeking an undergraduate researcher to work on a computational project involving mining of metabolic pathway databases and assembly of genome-scale metabolic models. To apply, you should be an undergraduate student at University of Maryland, preferably with exposure to chemical engineering and cell biology. Please contact Dr. Sriram for details. <html> </div> </html>