Post Doc opportunity that explores the nexus of insect diet development, waste management, insects as feed and decomposition biology!

Matthew J. Grieshop PhD
Associate Professor | MSU Entomology
Director | MSU SAFS/EFFS program
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From: Bloemers, Barbara <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: Postdoc opportunity at Texas A&M

Dr. Jeff Tomberlin ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>) has a postdoc position opening in my lab this February (some flexibility with start date). The position will be for two years. The salary will be based on experience but could be $54K/year with benefits. The research will be exploring the impact of resource nutrition on insect development and associated nutritional value. The applications of results will be emphasizing decomposition ecology as related to insects mass produced for use as food for human consumption. A goal of the work is to determine if consuming insect protein as part of your diet promotes health benefits. The research is in collaboration with colleagues at Tufts University. Experience with molecular biology (i.e., microbiome) and entomology preferred.

Much appreciated-

Jeffery K. Tomberlin, PhD, D-ABFE

Professor, AgriLife Research Fellow &
Presidential Impact Fellow

Director & Site Director, NSF I/UCRC for Environmental
Sustainability through Insect Farming

2475 TAMU
Department of Entomology
Texas A&M University
College Station TX, USA 77843

Phone: 979-845-9718
Fax: 979-845-6305
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