Job: Postdoctoral Researcher – Bioinformatics/computational Biology

Department: DPB – Plant Biology

Salary: Salary to be determined

Location: Stanford, CA


 Postdoctoral Researcher РBioinformatics/computational Biology

Stanford, CA

A bioinformatics/computational biology postdoctoral research position available to build and analyze metabolic, regulatory, and co-function networks for Setaria.

A bioinformatics postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Seung Yon (Sue) Rhee at the Carnegie Institution, Department of Plant Biology (Stanford, CA) (, to build and analyze gene regulatory and metabolic networks important for adaptation to low water availability and high-density plantings in Setaria, a model C4 grass, and to gain a greater understanding of the physiology underlying these adaptations. This is a collaborative project among several pioneering labs in plant physiology, genetics, engineering and systems biology.

Qualified candidates must have: 1) a Ph.D. or equivalent in Computer Science, Biology, Bioinformatics, Mathematics, Engineering or related field; 2) expertise or fluency in large-scale data analysis, statistics, genomics or network analysis; and 3) proficient in programming. The successful candidate should have a demonstrated ability for independent and critical thinking, ability and initiative to learn new things, excellent communication and teamwork skills and passion for biological research.

 Carnegie Institution for Science is a private, nonprofit organization for scientific discovery founded by Andrew Carnegie in 1902. He intended the institution to be home to exceptional individuals with imagination, intelligence and enjoyment capable of creating and expanding the cutting edge of their fields. Today, Carnegie scientists work in six scientific departments on the West and East Coasts. The Department of Plant Biology engages in basic research on the mechanisms involved in the growth and development of plants and algae.

The Department of Plant Biology is located on the campus of Stanford University.

Qualified applicants may apply by submitting application at

Carnegie is an equal opportunity employer.