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    Opportunity: Post Doctoral Position in Bioinformatics @ UCONN -- Storrs, CT (US)
    Submitted by Sanguthevar Rajasekaran; posted on Wednesday, July 31, 2013

    BACKGROUND

    A post-doctoral position in the general area of bioinformatics is open in the Applied Algorithmics Lab at the University of Connecticut.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    The post-doctoral fellow is expected to conduct research in the area of motif search.

    REQUIREMENTS

    The post-doctoral candidates should have a strong background in bioinformatics (especially involving algorithms). Familiarity with motif search algorithms will be a plus. They must have received or be very close to getting their PhD's. Publications in relevant Bioinformatics venues are expected.

    PREFERENCES

    A strong background in algorithms and programming.

    TERMS

    This will be for an initial period of one year with the possibility of extension for an additional year.

    LOCALE

    University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT 06269, USA.

    COMPENSATION

    As dictated by NIH.

    HOW TO APPLY

    Interested persons are asked to send a resume to Sanguthevar Rajasekaran (rajasek[at]engr.uconn.edu). Queries are welcome.

    DEADLINE

    This position is partially supported by a NIH R01 grant and is open immediately.

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