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Date: Tue Aug 22 18:16:58 2017
Subject: 17.08.22 Post-doctoral Associate to study the three-dimensional organization of the nucleus
University of Southern California
Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Section
90089-CA-Los Angeles, USA

A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Frank Alber in the Computational Biology 
and Bioinformatics section of the University of Southern California. The Alber lab is seeking a 
highly motivated candidate whose research focus is to develop computational methods for 
integration of complementary data to study the dynamic three-dimensional organization of genomes. 

The research is part of the NIH 4D Nucleome consortium to understand the principles behind 
the three-dimensional organization of the nucleus in space and time 
( https://commonfund.nih.gov/4dnucleome ). The candidate will be working in a highly 
collaborative research environment. 

The qualified applicants should have a Ph.D. degree in computational biology, computer science, 
physics, computational or physical chemistry or related fields. Previous experience in biology 
is preferred but not essential.  
Evidence of previous scientific scholarship, specifically the publication of original research 
articles in high-quality, peer-reviewed journals, is essential.
The University of Southern California is located in Los Angeles, CA, which offers many scientific 
and educational opportunities. The USC computational biology division is highly interactive 
including 8 faculty members with research interest in computational sequence analysis, 
data integration, epigenomics, evolution, and structural biology. 
There are extensive collaborations between computational and experimental biologists. 
This full-time position is available immediately and offers competitive salary and fringe benefits. 
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position has been filled.

Application Materials
 A cover letter explaining your scientific background and interest in joining our laboratory
 A curriculum vitae (with publication list)
 Names of two references (letters will be needed upon request)

Interested applicants should the application materials via email to 
Prof. Frank Alber at alber[at]usc.edu .
Application Materials
 A cover letter explaining your scientific background and interest in joining our laboratory
 A curriculum vitae (with publication list)
 Names of two references (letters will be needed upon request)

Interested applicants should the application materials via email to 
Prof. Frank Alber at alber[at]usc.edu .
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