Job:Postdoctoral positions of molecular evolutionary biology at the University of Texas at Austin
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Postdoctoral Positions at the University of Texas at Austin

Postdoctoral positions in the areas of molecular evolutionary biology, population genetics, bioinformatics, microbial and viral diversity, and/or genomics are available in the research groups of Howard Ochman or Nancy Moran at the University of Texas.

Potential research topics include:

  1. Evolutionary Dynamics of Microbiomes
  2. Determinants of Genome Evolution in Bacteria and Viruses
  3. Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Host-Microbe Interactions

Applicants should be curious, and able to formulate their own ideas and research directions. Successful applicants will play a major role in defining their own research projects. Salary, in the range of $55,000 to $60,000, will be commensurate with academic level and experience, and accompanied by funds for relocation.

Initial appointments would be for one year, with potential to extend to 2 or 3 years. UT Austin offers a stimulating academic and research environment, with outstanding colleagues and facilities in microbial sciences, genomics and computation. Austin is a vibrant city with many options for recreation and cultural activities. If interested, please send a C.V and brief statement of research interests and career goals to Kim Hammond (kim.hammond@utexas.edu).

Please include the names and contact information for two or three references familiar with your scientific work. Please direct any queries about projects, positions or timing to Howard Ochman (howard.ochman@austin.utexas.edu).

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