Postdoc to develop machine learning tools to predict host-virus compatibility, reach out to for more info!

Actively seeking postdoctoral researcher, flexibility in the specific projects with the overarching goal of leveraging -omics data to predict host-virus compatibility with the Verena team ( Our group is working with viruses associated with bats, rodents, and arthropods. Expertise in bioinformatics required, expertise in machine learning and/or evolutionary biology/population genetics preferred. Position is largely computational including remote access to the WSU Kamiak HPC, but can also include lab-based research with BSL2 and BSL3 facilities if desired. Travel for workshops and conferences included, work with a highly collaborative and supportive team across several institutions. Please reach out to Steph ( directly with a CV and short description of your research interests relating to the position! Start date is flexible for the right candidate.

Washington State University
United States
Closing date
July 1st, 2024
Posted on
April 29th, 2024 23:06
Last updated
April 29th, 2024 23:06