James J. Cai - P.I.
Position: Assistant Professor
Academic Interests: Computational/evolutionary
For details on some of our projects please visit the Research page of
this web site. Publications: A number of publications have come
from our lab. For a full listing, go to the Publications
Postdoctoral positions are available in computational research
in population genomics and molecular evolution. Candidates should
have obtained a PhD degree in Biology, Bioinformatics, Computer
Science, or a related discipline. Programming skills (ideally in
Matlab and C) and experience in the application of computational
methods to high-throughput genomic data are highly desirable. The
successful candidate will work on a variety of projects to develop
statistical tests and computational tools to investigate
evolutionary processes shaping genome variability patterns. You
will also have the opportunity to pursue independent research
related to major research themes of the lab.
Interested applicants should submit a CV, a brief (2-3
paragraphs) statement of her/his research interests and experience,
and contact information of three references by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have openings for motivated undergraduate and graduate
students from various scientific disciplines (biology, medicine,
computing science, statistics, engineering, etc) who wish to work
at the interface of genomics, bioinformatics and medicine. For
example, you will be guided to develop cutting-edge software for
network analysis in systems biology. You will be using Tesla GPU
computing technology to develop the software on the revolutionary,
massively parallel CUDA architecture.