Center for Genomics Postdoctoral Fellowship

University of Kansas

Lawrence, Kansas

Posted 11/16/2022

The Center for Genomics at the University of Kansas invites applications for a postdoctoral fellowship in any area of genomics. The fellow will receive a competitive salary, benefits and a research and travel allowance. We encourage fellows to propose an original research project that is related to, but not part of a KU Center for Genomics mentor’s normal research program. Center affiliated faculty span several departments and units. We strongly recommend that you contact the faculty member mentor ( to work out potential details in advance of application materials being submitted.

The successful candidate should have experience in genomics research, but further growth in genomics-related skills should be part of the proposed project. Applicants will be assessed based on preparation, the proposed project, the candidate’s ability to span disciplines, and the likelihood of improving the genomics community at KU (including DEIB and outreach efforts,

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Applications include the online application materials, a cover letter (see instructions – this should include some background, the proposed project, efforts in diversity, equity and inclusion, among other things), a CV and contact information for 3 referees.  Applications are due February 1st, 2023 with a flexible start date of August 2023. Direct inquiries to Rob Unckless at [email protected].

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Last Updated 11/16/2022