We have multiple post-doctoral positions available for computational researchers in Talmo Pereira's lab. Our work leverages computer vision and deep learning to solve biological problems across diverse application areas, including neuroscience, plant biology and cell biology. We are looking for candidates with a strong background in computational work and looking to work closely with experimentalists to develop and apply machine learning models to tackle biological problems.
Potential project areas and associated approaches include:
Specific projects will involve collaboration with experimental labs working on motor control, social behaviors, plant biosynthesis pathway engineering to tackle climate change and more. Data will come from a variety of model species (flies, mice, plants) and collaborators (e.g., Tye Lab, Azim Lab, Asahina Lab, Manor Lab, Busch Lab, Behavioral Testing Core, and more).
Applicants should submit a current resume, names of 2-3 references, and an indication of the project area they are interested in exploring. Optionally, applicants may submit code samples or a GitHub repository representative of experience with computational work.
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