Équipe: Génomique évolutive des virus à ARN
Équipe: Hub de Bioinformatique et Biostatistique
Centre de Référence: Virus Influenzae
Département de: Virologie
Membre : Etienne Simon-Loriere
Membre : Christophe Malabat
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The National Reference Center for viruses of respiratory infections and the Bioinformatics Hub at Institut Pasteur, in collaboration with the G5 Evolutionary Genomics of RNA viruses, are recruiting a computational biologist to work on […]
The National Reference Center for viruses of respiratory infections and the Bioinformatics Hub at Institut Pasteur, in collaboration with the G5 Evolutionary Genomics of RNA viruses , are recruiting a computational biologist to work on SARS-CoV-2 and RNA viruses genomic epidemiology.
The main topic of this post-doc will be to adapt and apply state of the art approaches to track the evolution and spread of RNA viruses, and in particular SARS-CoV-2. This includes incorporating virus genomic data with other parameters such as population densities, human mobilities or epidemiological data.
- PhD in a relevant field (e.g. genomics, population genetics or computational biology)
- Command of evolutionary theory and/or epidemiological concepts
- Experience with maximum-likelihood and Bayesian phylogenetic methods
- Knowledge of at least one programming language (e.g. Python, R).
- Demonstrable publication record in peer-reviewed journals
- Good scientific writing and communication skills in English
- Enthusiasm for working within a team and an international research environment
- Strong work ethics and self-driven
We are teams committed to foster a fair, inclusive and diverse work environment. All applicants will be evaluated solely based on qualifications regardless of gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race or disability.
Institut Pasteur :
The Institut Pasteur is an internationally renowned center for biomedical research that stands out in many disciplines. The campus, founded in 1887 by Louis Pasteur and located in the center of Paris, hosts over 1,300 researchers and 300 doctoral students from over 60 nationalities. It is a creative and inspiring environment full of expertise and opportunities to connect and learn. The department of Computational Biology hosts multiple teams and a biostatistics/bioinformatics hub which includes over 50 PhD engineers specialized in computational biology.
Additional Informations :
Candidates should send their curriculum vitae, a cover letter detailing research experience, and contact information for two references or more to Etienne SIMON-LORIERE (etienne.simon-lorierepasteur.fr) and Christophe MALABAT (christophe.malabatpasteur.fr).
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