We are always looking for motivated, hard-working, interesting, and interested people to join the lab. Have a look at our current opportunities, diversity statement and lab philosophy, and more information for prospective post-docs, graduate students, and undergraduates, below.
We are currently recruiting for the following opportunity:
Post-Doc: Bioinformatics / Statistics, quantitative metabarcoding of pollen
We are recruiting for a post-doc with a strong bioinformatics and statistics background to work on our ARO-funded project on quantitative meta-barcoding of pollen. This position will begin in early 2018, and will be co-supervised with Tim Read at Emory. We will post the link once the position has been formally posted. Contact Berry Brosi via email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in discussing the position more in detail.
We often have grant-funded opportunities for post-docs, but we are very open to sponsoring prospective post-docs who come with external funding. We encourage post-docs to consider sources like the NSF post-doc program (varies from year to year in topic and focus), the Smith Fellows program, and for international applicants, programs from your country or region (such as the Marie Curie program for EU citizens) and others.