In the Cellinese Lab we investigate the evolution, systematics and biogeography of angiosperms (flowering plants). In addition, we are interested in semantic data integration and interoperability and are developing tools that serve the biodiversity and phyloinformatics communities (e.g., TOLKIN, BiSciCol and RegNum).

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Postdoc position available

I am still accepting applications for a NSF-funded postdoctoral position in biological informatics.  The successful candidate will work on data integration, data interoperability, analytical workflows, and will support the development of ontologies and web services.   Project activities will involve interaction with several informatics teams working on a variety of phyloinformatics and biodiversity informatics tools, e.g., TreeBASE, Global Name Architecture, PhyloWS, NeXML, CDAO and many others. 
The candidate must have a PhD in biology, computer science, computational biology or related fields. A strong background in data management and analysis is highly desirable. The position is available for 2 years with the possibility of extension. 
To apply, send me a CV, a description of your research interests and your PhD research, and contact information of at least two referees. 

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