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Teaching Postdoctoral Fellow in Bioinformatics/Genomics
The Department of Biological Sciences at Smith College invites applications for a 2-year, benefits-eligible, combined teaching/postdoctoral position to begin no later than December 15th, 2023.  The selected candidate will be hosted in one of the laboratories carrying out bioinformatics/genomics-related research (Barresi, Katz, Lama, Williams), and will be expected to undertake postdoctoral research linked to the goals/methods of the host lab. In addition, the selected candidate is expected to teach a 300-level undergraduate seminar in bioinformatics, along with an associated bioinformatics lab, in the spring semester in each of the two years of the appointment, and to supervise research projects for interested undergraduates in the form of special studies or honors the

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