Business Name ESALQ/USP
Your Business Type Academia
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Contact Details
Contact Name Fabio Nogueira
Position (Director / Supervisor / etc) Supervisor
Website URL
Email ftsnogue(at)
Telephone (55-19) 34294221
Office Address
Street Address Av. Padua Dias, 11
Depto of Biologial Sciences
City / Town Piracicaba
Province/ State Sao Paulo
ZIP / Post Code 13418-900
Country Brazil
About Luiz de Queiroz College of Agriculture (ESALQ) is located at the Luiz de Queiroz Campus in the city of Piracicaba, Sao Paulo (Brazil), and is currently considered a Center of Excellence for Undergraduate and Graduate programs in Agricultural, Environmental, Biological and Applied Social Sciences, acknowledged for its outstanding scientific and technical performance. Its academic community is comprised of 800 faculty and staff members along with nearly 3,400 undergraduate and graduate students. Its total area (3,825.4 hectares) corresponds to 50% of the total area of USP. ESALQ offers 7 undergraduate programs and 15 graduate programs (one international), in addition to one inter-institutional and two inter-unit programs, in its 12 departments and more than 130 laboratories. It houses a reference library in Agricultural Sciences in Latin America, 4 experimental stations. ESALQ has graduated 15,000 students. It is the first Brazilian higher education institution to graduate more than 11,000 Agricultural Engineering. ESALQ is a part of the international scene due to agreements with foreign institutions, exchanging students and faculty members, and offering double degree programs in Agriculture and in Food Science.
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Aug-12-2019 Postdoctoral fellowship in Generation and Characterization of Base editing (BE) CRISPR/ Cas9 mutants
Posted By: ESALQ/USP Category: Full-time
We are looking for highly motivated and skilled candidates to develop a post-doc project in the subjects Molecular Genetics and Plant Development, whi...