Postdoctoral Scholar in the Evolutionary Epigenomics
The Lee lab at the University of California, Irvine is seeking an independent and motivated postdoctoral fellow to study how transposable elements shape genome function and evolution through epigenetic mechanisms. Toward this end, we combine population genomics, functional genomics, computational biology, and cell biology. The postdoctoral fellow will focus on the impacts of transposable elements on 3D genome organization, and how the associated functional consequences contribute to genome evolution. Candidates will ideally have interests relevant to these topics, and will have opportunities to pursue their own research interests in evolutionary genetics/epigenetics. The lab is committed to individual mentoring and will provide opportunities for career and skill development. We w
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