Chesterfield, Missouri (St. Louis area).
Join a diverse team to innovate product discovery approaches that will help deliver Bayer’s vision of Health for All, Hunger for None. This role offers the opportunity to collaborate and network internally across functions and divisions as well as with external partners, both domestically and internationally. Success in this role means practicing world-class science to drive decisions and innovation, exemplifying inclusion and safety, development as a scientific leader, and embracing Bayer’s LIFE values: Leadership, Integrity, Flexibility, and Efficiency.
YOUR TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The primary responsibilities of this role, Spatial Transcriptomics Post Doctorate Histology & Microscopy (Crop Science), are:
Chesterfield, Missouri, USA
$103,000/yr - $154,000/yr USD
As part of a collaboration project focused on single cell sequencing for agricultural biology, we are seeking a passionate and creative scientist to join the Crop Science Plant Biotechnology genomics team. This two-year position will be focused on cutting edge functional genomics analysis to generate insights into the genome biology of various eukaryotic systems. This genomics data scientist will be part of an interdisciplinary team with expertise in Cell Biology, Genomics, and Data Science to move forward specific high-impact projects for crop science.
The ideal candidate will be able to implement cloud-based genomics pipelines and improve and optimize them; be able to generate insights from genomic data on various eukaryotic systems; work well with cross-disciplinary and global teams; and be able to articulate findings and integrate his/her work into the established R&D teams.
Des Moines, Iowa, USA
Corteva Agrisciences has an exciting opportunity for a Postdoctoral Visiting Scientist to serve as an integral member of a team focused on implementing single-cell and spatial transcriptomics technologies and applying those technologies to conduct novel research towards the discovery of genetic and epigenetic factors driving plant tissue and cell’s responses to various internal and external inducers. The role will require strong technical skills, an ability to communicate with other scientists to accomplish objectives, and strong management skills to deliver on various technical projects. The position will be part of the Genome Sciences group, located in Johnston, IA, in the Des Moines metro area.
The ideal candidate will have strong molecular biology skills, including a deep knowledge of single-cell genomics-based applications, along with a proven familiarity with next-generation DNA & RNA sequencing technologies. The postdoctoral scientist will lead efforts to implement new single-cell and spatial platforms and technologies, conducting research and analyzing results to determine best outcomes and methodologies for various crop-related projects of interests. The postdoctoral scientist will be encouraged to communicate research outcomes through publication in peer-reviewed journals, participation in scientific community working groups, and presentations at key scientific conferences. This is an exciting opportunity where the candidate will be given direct access to a variety of cutting-edge technologies, and the opportunity to collaborate with world-class plant and molecular biology scientists.
Scienion/Pacific Northwest National Lab
Richland, WA, USA
Joint appointment - Scienion/PNNL
SCIENION US, INC is looking for an outstanding candidate for a postdoctoral position working on projects associated with technology advancements and biological applications of high-throughput single-cell multi-omics in collaboration with the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL), a national scientific user facility at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, WA.