The Sloan lab at Colorado State University is recruiting a postdoctoral researcher who is broadly interested in molecular evolution and comparative genomics to investigate interactions between plant nuclear, mitochondrial, and plastid genomes.
The position would primarily involve computational genomics and bioinformatics, with the opportunity to contribute to multiple ongoing projects on cytonuclear coevolution and mutation rates, as well as to develop independent lines of investigation. More information about our research program can be found at our lab website: https://sites.google.com/site/danielbsloan/
We are looking for a researcher who is excited to contribute to a positive, diverse, and intellectual lab environment. Experience and interest in some or all of the following computational areas would be relevant: analysis of NGS datasets, comparative genomics, variant calling, molecular phylogenetics, and positive selection analyses.
Our lab is in the Department of Biology, which is housed in a state-of-the-art research facility that opened in 2017. The department includes numerous labs in the fields of both plant molecular biology and evolutionary biology, so there are ample opportunities for collaboration outside the lab group. The university is in Fort Collins, Colorado, which routinely ranks among the top locations in the country in terms of overall quality of life.
Inquiries can be e-mailed to Dan Sloan and should include a CV and a brief statement of research/career goals. Evaluation will begin June 1, but inquiries are still highly encouraged after that point.
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