The Conesa lab in the department of Microbiology and Cell Sciences at the University of Florida is seeking enthusiastic and accomplished postdoctoral fellows in three major areas of research:
- Next generation functional annotation of isoform resolved transcriptomics data
- Statistical and bioinformatics analysis of multi-omics data
- Development of novel functional genomics tools for non-model organisms
Work in the Conesa lab combines computational research with wet-lab research to support bioinformatics developments. We seek individuals that will thrive in a multidisciplinary team composed of computational biologists, (bio)informaticians and biostatisticians. The research group is located in the UF Genomics Institute, a multi-departmental Center on Genomics and Cancer Research (http://ufgi.ufl.edu/), next to the major UF sequencing facility and with direct access to the HiPerGator supercomputer (http://www.it.ufl.edu/units/research-computing/).
Candidates should hold a PhD degree in high-throughput biology, genomics, computational biology or biostatistics, be acquainted with the analysis of high-throughput sequencing data and have a broad interest in the functional aspects of gene expression.
If you are interested, please, send your CV and motivation letter to:
MSC-University of Florida
More information on Professor Conesa and her research can be found at: