The University of Colorado’s Computational Bioscience Program trains graduate and postdoctoral computational biologists who aspire to achieve excellence in research, education and service. Program members are located mainly at the CU Anschutz campus, but also at the Denver, Boulder campuses, and National Jewish Health. Successful postdoctoral fellow applicants will have a broad choice of professors to help design research projects along with career development opportunities.
FACULTY RESEARCH TOPICS: Genetics and Genomics, Natural Language Processing, Text Mining, Clinical Research Informatics, Molecular Evolution, Neuroscience, Biostatistics, Personalized Medicine, Computational Pharmacology, Microbiome, Cancer Systems Biology, Metagenomics, Molecular Interaction Networks, and Visual Analytics
A successful candidate must have received or is in the process of defending their doctorate. Candidates must have some some training in computational biology.
To apply, send a cover letter, CV, and research statement to: ELIZABETH.WETHINGTON@UCDENVER.EDU