The Friedberg Lab is recruiting postdoctoral fellows to several newly funded projects. The lab is relocating to Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa as part of a university-wide Big Data initiative. Iowa State is a large research university with world-leading computational resources, and a strong highly collaborative community of bioengineering, bioinformaticians and life science researchers.
The successful candidates will be joining the lab at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Veterinary Microbiology. Areas of interest include: bacterial genome evolution, gene and protein function prediction, microbial genome mining, animal and human microbiome, and biological database analysis.
These are bioinformatics postdoc positions, and the successful applicants would be required to perform research employing computational biology skills.
Requirements: A PhD in microbiology, bioinformatics, or a related field. A strong publication record in peer-reviewed journals. Strong programming skills; strong oral and written communication skills in English; Strong domain knowledge of molecular biology. Salary…
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