The group of Dr Evangelos Tatsis based at the Chinese Academy of Sciences Centre for Excellence in Molecular Plant Sciences (CEMPS) invites applications from early-career scientists to join the group as PhD students.
The fundamental goal of the Tatsis group is to determine how plants make natural products.
Their major focus is to elucidate, understand and engineer the metabolic pathways which are responsible for the biosynthesis of natural products from Chinese medicinal plants.
To address these important goals, we have an approach based on genomic resources, using bioinformatics, molecular biology and enzymology techniques, with synthetic biology.
The Tatsis lab is part of the Centre of Excellence for Plant & Microbial Science (CEPAMS) a collaboration between the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and the John Innes Centre.
The Tatsis group are seeking for an early-career, talented, student with a strong background in Organic Chemistry, either organic synthesis or natural products chemistry, eligible to apply for The ANSO Scholarship for Young Talents.
Applicants with background in biochemistry and plant biology, are encouraged to apply.
They are looking for talented, enthusiastic, hard working early-career scientists who are highly motivated to boost their research career in the general area of plant natural products biosynthesis.
How to apply
Send your CV with a motivation letter to Dr Evangelos Tatsis firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications is 8 January 2021.
Only the selected applicants for interview will be contacted. The interview will be held through video conference (Skype/Zoom).
The chosen applicant will apply for The ANSO Scholarship for Young Talents (deadline 31 March 2021) and is expected to start as PhD student in University of Chinese Academy of Sciences on September 2021.
The lab is based in Shanghai (China), the fellowship will be according to law of PR China and rules of CAS and host Institute.