Postdoc/RAP in Computational Genomics/Population Genetics
Multi-year NIH-funded support is available for either an early stage postdoctoral researcher, or an experienced postdoctoral researcher who would serve as Research Assistant Professor (non-tenure track). Experience in evolutionary or population genetic theory, particularly as a programmer or in the mathematical or statistical aspects of analyzing population genomic data, is desired. The successful candidate will become a member of both the Center for Computational Genetics and Genomics (CCGG) and the Institute for Genomic and Evolutionary Medicine (iGEM). CCGG and iGEM are new centers of excellence in Temple University.
For the position of Research Assistant Professor, a key goal is developing research independence by writing and obtaining grant applications. The position also carries opportunities for teaching, both in the classroom and in the laboratory.
Temple University is located in the heart of historic Philadelphia and is the sixth largest provider of graduate school education in the USA. Situated in close proximity to New York City and Washington DC, Philadelphia is the birthplace of America and home to many academic and research institutions.
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