Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
The Department of Biology is searching for a Post-Doctoral Fellow to work in the lab of Dr. Joseph Satin. This position will involve combining electrophysiology and single-cell RNA sequencing to understand gene networks that shape neuronal function.
Ph.D in Biology, Neuroscience, Physiology, Bioinformatics, Data Science, or related fields. The candidate must have a strong background in RNA sequencing technologies, relevant project design, and execution, bioinformatics, programming, as well as a willingness to learn electrophysiology techniques.
Proficient in programming (R and/or Python) that is pertinent analyzing RNA sequencing data; excellent communication skills. UNC-Greensboro has access to the UNC Longleaf Cluster, so experience with Linux-based computing is also desirable.
Internal Number: 998397
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