Living Systems Institute
Occupational Category: Postdoctoral Research Fellow
The College of Life and Environmental Sciences wants to recruit a Bioinformatics Research Fellow (T73184) to lead bioinformatics research in pluripotency, human development and synthetic embryogenesis in the group of Professor Austin Smith. This Medical Research Council and European Research Council funded post is available immediately on a fixed term basis until 30 April 2027 located in the LSI, University of Exeter. The role holder will develop a programme of computational and bioinformatics analyses to delineate developmental trajectories and decipher the regulatory networks of pluripotency. The research will include comparative analyses between human, non-human primates and other mammals.
Date posted: 25/07/2022
Application Deadline: 28/08/2022