Postdoctoral Position in Microbial Genomics: Join the Le Roux lab in unraveling the fundamental principles of bacteriophage-bacteria coevolution in natural populations. This postdoctoral position in microbial genomics focuses on marine bacteria within the Vibrionaceae family, exploring their infective phages and the intriguing world of phage satellites. As a valuable member of our dynamic team, you will contribute to advancing our understanding of microbial genomics in the context of phage-bacteria interactions.
|Postdoctoral Position||Research Fellowship||Microbial Genomics|
Study Area: Microbial Genomics
Scholarship Description: The Le Roux lab is dedicated to identifying key mechanisms and genes related to phage infection, host defense, and phage counter-defense. As a postdoctoral researcher, your responsibilities will include genome assembly, phage clustering, phylogenetic analyses, comparative genomics, genome annotation, transcriptome analysis, and the use of statistical tools. This research contributes to unraveling the mysteries of phage-bacteria coevolution in marine ecosystems.
- PhD in Genomics or Bioinformatics
- Scientific background in microbiology, ecology, and evolution
- Proficient in genome bioinformatics, DNA, RNA, and protein sequence analyses
- Strong knowledge of statistics
- Proficient in at least one programming language, preferably Python and R
- Motivation letter
How to Apply: Send your CV and motivation letter to: email@example.com
Last Date: Until position filled