Postdoctoral Fellow (Plant-Microbial Interactions Group) in Berkeley, for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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Postdoctoral Fellow (Plant-Microbial Interactions Group)
Berkeley Lab's Joint Genome Institute (JGI) is looking for a talented Postdoctoral Fellow to perform research on plant microbe interactions with an emphasis on the computational identification and comparison of phages directly influencing root colonization potential. As part of the Plant-Microbial Interactions Group and in close collaboration with the Viral Genomics Group, you will leverage substantial pre-existing expertise, tools, and resources for the computational identification and characterization


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