The Mukamel Lab at the University of California, San Diego (brainome.ucsd.edu) studies neuronal epigenomics through sophisticated computational and bioinformatic analysis of large-scale datasets. We are recruiting computational scientists for postdoctoral positions in our lab to work on two exciting projects funded by the NIH and Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative to map the diversity of neuronal epigenomes in the human brain. The ideal candidate would have a strong background in at least one of: computational neuroscience, functional genomics/bioinformatics, or data science. Our lab works closely with experimental collaborators in San Diego and across the country. UCSD is an ideal environment for interdisciplinary postdoctoral training and research at the cutting edge of neuroscience and genomics.
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