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We have a Postdoctoral Research Fellow position available in the Systems Biology & Drug Discovery lab led by Dr. Sriram Chandrasekaran at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Our lab develops drug-discovery software tools using machine-learning and systems biology.
Our lab's research has been published in Cell, Genome Biology, eLife, mBio, and PNAS. The PI has a great track record of funding from NIH and was also named as MIT Technology Review’s Top Innovators Under 35. For more information on our research and publications see https://systemsbiologylab.org/
The Postdoctoral Research Fellow will lead projects in building systems biology models to find drug regimens for treating tuberculosis and other antibiotic resistant infections.
Ph.D. in systems biology, bioinformatics, computational biology, bioengineering or related field
Experience with omics data analysis, specifically transcriptomics, proteomics, chemogenomics, and metabolomics dataK
Knowledge of machine learning algorithms or knowledge of systems biology approaches (network inference and genome-scale modeling)
Proficient with R, Python or MATLAB
The Department of Biomedical Engineering is committed to providing flexible work arrangements that meet the needs of a diverse workforce while also providing a high level of service to our stakeholders. This position is eligible for remote and/or flexible work opportunities. Please note that occasional on-site presence will be required for selected meetings, etc. Flexible work agreements are reviewed annually and are subject to change based on the business needs of the hiring department, throughout the course of employment.
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