Postdoctoral Associate-Biological Sciences
VA Tech - Virginia

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The postdoctoral associate will work closely with the principle investigator (PI) and other scientists to participate in studying cell differentiation and phenotypic reprogramming ? Construct regulatory networks from database and literature. ? Apply and generalize the approaches developed in the lab and others to study the network dynamics, and relate to experiments. ? Writes manuscripts for publication of original results of own research in peer-reviewed high-impact scientific journals. ? Presentes own original research results at professional scientific conferences, seminars, workshops, and on the Internet. ? Takes the initiative in finding solutions to scientific problems that arise in day-to-day research. ? Engages in collaborative work with peers both within the group and outside with the aim to achieve the above objectives. ? Becomes familiar and actively participates in all activities in PI's research group, which are not directly her/his own. ? Routinely communicates research progress with supervisor, peers and other appropriate staff. ? Assists PI in the development of grant proposals, scientific papers and other publications. ? Actively participate in all activities in PI's research group.

Minimum Qualifications

? PhD in statistical physics, chemical physics, theoretical chemistry, computational/systems biology or related field . Strong background on computational programming and scientific computations.

Preferred Qualifications

? Demonstrated creativity, independence, high motivation, and good communication skills. ? Strong work habits and the ability to work independently as well as with research group. ? Demonstrated experience in developing publications in peer reviewed high impact scientific journals based on individual research.

Special Requirements

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