Post-Doctoral Researcher Computational Biologist
This position is for a joint post-doctoral appointment with Dr. Lance Waller (Rollins School of Public Health) and Dr. John Lindo (Lindo Ancient DNA Lab) at Emory University. We are seeking a broadly trained computational biologist who is familiar with population genetics, geographic information systems and spatial statistics. The position is for a one-year term and will involve ancient DNA projects and epidemiological modeling. Working remotely will be considered for exceptional applicants.
Preferred start date is September 1, 2022. Salary: $54,840, benefits eligible
Please apply via the following Interfolio link: http://apply.interfolio.com/109538 Required application documents include research statement, CV, and list of three references with contact information.
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