This position is located in the Roy Lab and will work on a range of collaborative projects. Our research focuses on computational network biology and regulatory genomics. We are specifically interested in developing tools, based on statistical machine learning, to predict regulatory network structure and function in diverse dynamic processes. We aim to use genome-scale networks to construct predictive models of complex phenotypes in mammalian systems. We work in close collaboration with developmental biologists who are interested in how gene regulatory networks drive overall cellular fate and how there are perturbed in a disease setting.
A complete position description is available at: http://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/cw/en-us/job/497301/assistant-scientist