Submitted: 22 January 2018
Department: Anthropology and Biology
Institution: Pennsylvania State University
Job type: Full time
Apply by: 14 February 2018
Application URL: https://psu.jobs/job/76591

The laboratory of George (PJ) Perry in the Departments of Anthropology and Biology at The Pennsylvania State University is seeking applications for a bioinformatics specialist who has experience working with massively parallel sequencing data and with population genomic analyses. The successful candidate would participate in multiple ongoing human and non-model organism population and comparative evolutionary genomic studies. For more information about our lab: www.anthgenomicslab.com. The appointment would be as an Assistant Research Professor for candidates with a Ph.D. and as a Researcher for those without a Ph.D., with salary commensurate with appointment and experience. The position will start between February and March 2018 with an appointment of up to one year. While the appointment could then potentially be renewed depending on availability of funds, this position would be most ideally suited for a candidate seeking a shorter-term opportunity. To apply for this position, submit 1) a two-page cover letter describing your bioinformatics experience, 2) your CV, 3) and the names and contact information of three professional references. Apply at: https://psu.jobs/job/76591.

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