Details of New Ussher Lectureship in Genome Analysis Announced
10th December, 2015
The School of Genetics and Microbiology invites applications for an Assistant Professorship (Lectureship) in Genome Analysis.
The successful applicant will have a PhD and an accomplished track record of research in the field of genome analysis, will be expected to have experience of, or at least potential for, attracting competitive grant funding for research and to contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The post-holder will also contribute to postgraduate training in genetics through the supervision of research students. Expertise in all or some of the following areas is particularly welcomed: population genomics; high throughput genome analysis workflows; data manipulation and computer programming; genetic epidemiology and statistical genomics; comparative genomics.
The candidate will be joining a School with an international research reputation across several fields and a strong commitment to undergraduate education and PhD mentoring.