We’re looking for a postdoc to join the team. Please share the ad below with any colleagues that may be interested.
Postdoctoral position in phylogenetics and bioinformatics at the University of Hawaii
The Thomson Lab is looking for a postdoctoral researcher to participate in an NSF funded project that seeks to build an archive of Bayesian phylogenetic output and examine the performance of Bayesian estimation of phylogeny for large datasets. The project is a collaboration between the Thomson Lab and the Moore Lab at UC Davis and aims to improve MCMC performance, assess goodness of fit of phylogenetic models, and contribute to the field’s ability to carry out robust Bayesian phylogenetic inference by developing new scientific resources and educational tools. The candidate should have demonstrated experience in phylogenetics and bioinformatics, including programming with SQL, R and/or Python. The selected candidate will join a lab that focuses on phylogenetics, bioinformatics, and conservation in UH’s Department of Biology. The position is based in Honolulu, a vibrant city that is consistently recognized for its diversity, outdoor recreation, and high quality of life.
The start date is flexible, but ideally will be on or before 1 August 2016. Funding is available for two years ($54,000/year, with an additional stipend for health insurance). Application review will begin 1 May. Minimum PhD in Evolutionary Biology (or related field) is required. The University of Hawaii is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
To apply, please send CV and names and contact information for three reference to Bob Thomson: firstname.lastname@example.org