Bioinformatics Research Position

James McInerney, Zoology jamm at nhm.ac.uk
Sun Jan 31 12:06:32 EST 1999


Dear all,

I am posting this notice on behalf of The Natural History Museum, London.

James.

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The Natural History Museum in London is looking for a bioinformatics
researcher at post-doctoral level.  This is a fixed-term 3-year contract.

The position is open to any field of bioinformatics research relating to
evolutionary genomics, phylogenetics and/or classification. The successful
candidate will be expected to maintain and develop the molecular biology
computing environment of four Unix workstations (an Alpha, an Octane and
two Sparcs) and a local Mac network and to teach other researchers how best
to use the system.  These duties should not take more than 50% of the
available time.

The salary is negotiable from 21,647 pounds, depending on experience.

Further details can be obtained by post from Karen Bostock
(k.bostock at nhm.ac.uk) or by anonymous ftp (Word 6 file) from
ftp://ftp.nhm.ac.uk/pub/vacancies/Bioinf.doc. Application is by CV which
should also be sent to Karen, by e-mail, fax or letter, together with the
names of 3 referees.

The closing date from applications is 12th March and the post is available
from 1st April.  Applicants who are in the final stages of their PhD
studies should enclose a letter from their supervisor indicating the likely
date that their studies will be complete.

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Dept. Zoology,            Fax: +44 171 938 9158
The Natural History Museum,
Cromwell Road,
London        SW7 5BD
Great Britain             Email: dmr at nhm.ac.uk
Web page: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/zoology/extreme.html
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