Positions available

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We thank all applicants, but only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Postdoctoral Researchers:

Candidates should have a PhD degree in Computational Chemistry/Biology, Computer Science, Bioinformatics or a related discipline, a genuine interest in interdisciplinary work and a track record of publications in leading peer-reviewed journals. A solid knowledge of Linux, extensive experience in high-performance computing, programming in C/C++, Perl, Python, Java, etc. and excellent communication skills are highly desired. The candidate is expected to collaborate with graduate students, postdocs and research groups at LSU as well as other institutions.

Graduate Students:

Prospective candidates should have finished their undergraduate studies and have some background in computational biology, bioinformatics, computer science or a related discipline. Basic knowledge of Linux and experience with scripting (Perl, Python, etc.) and coding (C/C++, Java, etc.) would be a nice asset.

These positions require admission to the graduate program in the Department of Biological Sciences at Louisiana State University; click here for details.

Qualified applicants should send a letter of motivation, a resume and contact details of two referees as a single PDF document to michal@brylinski.org. Please make sure you included your GPA, GRE and TOEFL (international students) scores.

Undergraduate Students:

Please apply only if you are a highly motivated and responsible individual. You will be offered an opportunity to gain research experience in computational biology, but be prepared to break a serious sweat. No computing/programming experience is OK; however, you must be able to learn fast and demonstrate a high level of commitment to research.

Qualified applicants should send a resume including previous work experience and a brief statement on why they are interested in working in the lab as a single PDF document to michal@brylinski.org.

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