Postdoctoral position in Evolutionary Genomics at Rutgers University ~

26 de octubre de 2012

Postdoctoral position in Evolutionary Genomics at Rutgers University

Seeking qualified applicants for a post-doctoral position with
Andrew Kern in the Department of Genetics and the Human Genetics
Institute of New Jersey at Rutgers University. There is no particular
project associated with either of these positions, however recent
work in the lab spans the intersection of machine learning,
population genetics, comparative genomics, and evolutionary
biology. More information about the Kern lab can be found here
( More information about the
department can be found here ( The Kern
lab is located on the Busch campus of Rutgers University, in central
New Jersey, and is in easy commuting range to New York City.

The ideal candidate would hold a Ph.D. and have a record of research
achievement in computational biology, computer science, statistics, or
a related field. A background in comparative/population/evolutionary
genomics is highly desirable. In addition the candidate should have
experience programming in C, a scripting language (Ruby, Python, or
Perl is fine), and would ideally be comfortable with cluster computing

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until positions
are filled. The position could begin as early as January, 2013. Interested
candidates should submit an electronic version of their CV along with
a cover letter describing their qualifications and relevant experience
to Andrew Kern (

Andrew Kern
Assistant Professor of Genetics
Rutgers University

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