[Biopython-dev] Galaxy is Hiring Postdocs

Dave Clements clements at galaxyproject.org
Fri Aug 3 23:23:25 UTC 2012

Hello all,

The Galaxy Project <http://galaxyproject.org/>, a highly successful high
throughput data analysis platform for Life Sciences with over 23,000 users
worldwide <http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/Galaxy%20Project/Statistics>, is

The Taylor Lab <http://bx.mathcs.emory.edu/> in
Biology<http://www.biology.emory.edu>and Mathematics
& Computer Science <http://www.mathcs.emory.edu> at Emory
University<http://emory.edu/>is looking for
*postdoctoral scholars <http://bx.mathcs.emory.edu/joining/postdocs/>* to
work on the Galaxy Project. Postdoctoral
applicants<http://bx.mathcs.emory.edu/joining/postdocs/>should have
expertise in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology and
research interests that complement but extend the lab's current
The Galaxy project; distributed and high-performance computing for data
intensive science; vertebrate functional genomics; and genomics and
epigenomic mechanisms of gene regulation, the role of transcription factors
and chromatin structure in global gene expression, development, and
differentiation. See the
announcement<http://bx.mathcs.emory.edu/joining/postdocs/>for full
details (

The Nekrutenko Lab <http://www.bx.psu.edu/%7Eanton/> at the Huck Institutes
of Life Sciences <http://www.huck.psu.edu/> at Penn State
<http://psu.edu/>is seeking
*highly opinionated and biologically inclined* *Postdoctoral
researchers*within the Galaxy Project to develop best practices for
analysis of
next-generation sequencing data in all areas of Life Sciences where NGS is
used. Successful candidates will join a vibrant research group at the core
of the Galaxy Project and will work on setting trends in modern data-driven
Please send your CV and names/e-mail addresses of three references to
jobs at galaxyproject.org.


Dave C.

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