• Post Doctoral Position - Academic
Job Type/Arrangement:
  • Full Time

Postdoctoral positions are available to help multidisciplinary research projects investigating animal and human enteric viral diseases in the laboratory of Dr. Tibor Farkas. The major focus of this position will be to support NIH funded enteric calicivirus research to study host virus interactions and cellular determinants of susceptibility to rhesus enteric calicivirus and human norovirus infections. In addition, participating in other studies including pathogenicity studies of canine noroviruses, avian enteric picornaviruses and collaborative projects on food safety is also possible. The candidate will have an opportunity for involvement in undergraduate and graduate teaching.

We are looking to hire highly motivated candidates with strong background in virology, molecular biology and/or cell biology. Candidates with strong communication skills and publication record who are able to work independently and as a member of a collaborative team are encouraged to apply. Solid cell culture experience is preferred. The candidate will have the opportunity to work with human and animal enteroid cultures and unique cell lines generated in our laboratory.

Candidates should email a cover letter summarizing research interest, past research experiences and future career goals accompanied by a recent curriculum vitae and the names and contact information for three professional references to [email protected]

The minimum salary for this position is $50,000 annually and is commensurate with experience. This position is eligible for a generous benefits package and participation in a retirement program.

Education Requirement:
Years of Experience:
Required Skills & Areas of Study:
  • virology
  • molecular biology
  • rna viruses
  • cell culture

The Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM) is an institution that represents 100 years of growth from a small school of veterinary medicine in 1916 to its present role as a major veterinary educational, medical, and research center. Today, we are one of the largest colleges of veterinary medicine in the United States, training nearly 600 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine students each year. We support collaboration and teamwork that turns today's discoveries into proactive solutions for animals, humans, and the environment. Together, we strive to support the goals of the faculty, staff and students in teaching, research and outreach programs. To learn more, please visit our website

College Station
Veterinary Pathobiology
664 Raymond Stotzer Pkwy
Tibor Farkas, DVM, PhD,