Using whole genome sequence data to identify markers that can be used for improved MALDI-TOF MS identification and typing of foodborne pathogenic bacteria.
We are looking for an applicant with in-depth experience in whole genome sequence analysis/ big data analysis and a PhD in bioinformatics, biostatistics, chemometrics, biology or equivalent. Ideally, applicants also have some experience in mathematical modeling, neural networks, or deep learning. Project management and advanced communication and writing skills in English are required.
• Whole genome sequence data analysis
• Mathematical modeling
• Project management (planning, tracking & controlling, reporting)
• Preparation of manuscripts/ publications
What we offer
A 100% Postdoc position for a research project of the Institute for Food Safety at the University of Zurich. The position is funded by an Innosuisse grant for 2 years, with remuneration based on classification of positions in accordance with UZH guidelines (ca. CHF 80’000 net salary equaling €73’700). The position is open starting immediately until fill
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Start of employment
Employment start date to be mutually agreed. Please submit your application.
PD Dr Sophia Johler, Dipl. ECVPH