The Oh lab is seeking motivated computational and/or experimental scientists interested in studying the human microbiome and its impact on health. We seek to use diverse approaches in genomics, bioinformatics, synthetic biology, molecular biology, and microbiology. Our goals are to understand the complexity of our body’s microbial communities and use this information to manipulate the microbiome for therapeutic ends.
Said postdoctoral fellow can fit into any one of the major endeavors of the lab:
-Developing computational methods for analysis of large-scale metagenomic data, in particular, uncharacterized space.
-Developing methods to interrogate the microbiome with single-cell technology
-Developing CRISPR/Cas-based tools leveraging synthetic biology for microbiome engineering