The Michael lab is always looking for talented undergraduates, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows who are interested in leveraging sequencing and computational tools to understand plant genome.
Postdoctoral Fellow in Plant Genomics
The Michael Lab is looking for a postdoctoral fellow with a good grounding in molecular, genome or computational biology. The ideal candidate will desire to push the boundaries and state of art on plant genome analysis. Individuals with experience analyzing plant genomes and integrating multi-omic data are preferred. Ideal candidates should be intellectually curious, productive, and enjoy working in a committed team effort to bring genomes to the broader plant community. The postdoc will join a vibrant group of molecular biologists, computational biologists and sequencing experts.
Bioinformatics Analyst I
The Michael Lab is looking for a Bioinformatics Analyst I (BAI) who will work closely with the PI and other members of the lab to analyze plant genome data generated in the lab. The BAI will be responsible for executing and maintaining current analysis pipelines, building new analysis pipelines, and integrating new genomics tools when appropriate. The BAI will also work closely with members of the lab and larger Plant Biology (PBIO) group to interpret genomics data as well as assist in non-pipeline bioinformatics applications.
To view openings and apply: https://www.salk.edu/careers/