Feb 20, 2017: Two new post-doctoral positions are now open. See below for more details on the positions and how to apply.
Feb 20, 2017: A post-doctoral position is available for a computational biologist to undertake research in the area of plant single cell genomics. The research will involve the analysis of large-scale transcriptomic and epigenomic datasets to investigate plant cell identity and dynamics, with a particular focus on sequencing-based single cell resolution analyses. Candidates with a background in computational biology/mathematics/statistics and experience in cell biology and advanced high-throughput genomics are encouraged to apply. Further information is available here, and applications are open online.
Feb 20, 2017: A post-doctoral position is available to lead the development of artificial transcriptional regulators and programmable genetic circuits in plants. The research will utilize molecular, genomic, and gene editing techniques to generate synthetic genetic circuits that integrate multiple signals to produce customizable transcriptional outputs. Candidates with a background in plant transcriptional regulation, genome editing, or synthetic biology are encouraged to apply. Further information is available here, and applications are open online.
I'm looking for motivated post-docs, PhD students, Honours and undergraduate students to join my lab to conduct research into fundamental questions in epigenetics and genomics. We rely heavily on new DNA sequencing technologies, molecular and genetic tools, and advanced computational analysis large-scale datasets, so interests and experience in bioinformatics, programming, statistical analyses, molecular biology, biochemistry, genomics, or related fields will be highly applicable to our research activities.
Please contact me if you're interested in joining, along with your CV and summary of research interests.