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Bioinformatics Program, Boston University

 

The laboratory of Daniel Segrè at Boston University is looking for a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher to join an interdisciplinary team studying inter-species interactions in marine microbial communities. The focus of the research will be mathematical and computational modeling of microbial metabolism and multiscale ecosystem dynamics. Direct involvement in data collection and experimental testing is an option as well. The researcher will work with other lab members, and with an international team of collaborators, to understand how interactions at the molecular level end up affecting global community composition and dynamics.  For more information on system biology and microbial ecosystems research in the Segrè lab, see http://segrelab.bu.edu.

 

Qualifications: Ideal candidates should be specifically interested in microbial ecology, hold a PhD in computational or theoretical biology/ecology, physics, computer science or a related discipline, and have a strong publication record.

 

Start date: October 2016

 

How to Apply: Interested candidates should email bioinfo@bu.edu with their CVs, research statements and names of references.

posted 2016.09.27