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2 Ph.D. student assistantships in aquaculture genomics and muscle biology

University of Maryland, College Park, Department of Animal and Avian Sciences
Job Location
Animal Sciences Center, Bldg. 142,
8127 Regents Drive, UMD
College Park,, MD 20742
United States
Job Description

Two Ph.D. student assistantships are available for aquaculture genomics projects aiming at 1) Annotating the rainbow trout genome using ChiP-seq and Iso-seq. 2) Applying genomics selection to improve muscle growth and fillet quality.

Applicants should have interests in genomics, bioinformatics, molecular biology, aquaculture, and animal science. Candidates must complete an online application, preferably for the spring semester Regarding the financial information, please refer to For any questions regarding the scope of the work, please contact me.

Mohamed (Moh) Salem, PhD

Associate Professor

Department of Animal and Avian Sciences

University of Maryland

College Park, Maryland 20742

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