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'''Postdoctoral Research Associate'''<br>
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'''The role of the gut microbiome in drug metabolism and nutrition'''<br><br>
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Harvard Center for Systems Biology<br><br>
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We are always looking for talented post-doctoral fellows interested in working in an interdisciplinary research group that is developing and applying new metagenomic methods for analyzing the community structure, gene content, and transcriptional activity of the human gut microbiome. A major focus is on understanding how the microbiota and microbiome participate in the metabolism of various xenobiotics, including orally ingested drugs, and the impact of these activities on health, disease risk and therapeutic efficacy. Ideally, the candidate should have a PhD and research interests in comparative genomics, microbiology, computational biology, statistics, and/or biological chemistry/pharmacology.<br><br>
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Applicants should send their CV and brief statement of research interest to:<br><br>
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Peter Turnbaugh, PhD<br>
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pturnbaugh at fas dot harvard dot edu<br>
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Harvard FAS Center for Systems Biology<br>
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Northwest Lab Building<br>
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52 Oxford Street, 435.40<br>
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Cambridge, MA 02138 USA<br><br>
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Harvard University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.<br>

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Postdoctoral Research Associate
The role of the gut microbiome in drug metabolism and nutrition

Harvard Center for Systems Biology

We are always looking for talented post-doctoral fellows interested in working in an interdisciplinary research group that is developing and applying new metagenomic methods for analyzing the community structure, gene content, and transcriptional activity of the human gut microbiome. A major focus is on understanding how the microbiota and microbiome participate in the metabolism of various xenobiotics, including orally ingested drugs, and the impact of these activities on health, disease risk and therapeutic efficacy. Ideally, the candidate should have a PhD and research interests in comparative genomics, microbiology, computational biology, statistics, and/or biological chemistry/pharmacology.

Applicants should send their CV and brief statement of research interest to:

Peter Turnbaugh, PhD
pturnbaugh at fas dot harvard dot edu
Harvard FAS Center for Systems Biology
Northwest Lab Building
52 Oxford Street, 435.40
Cambridge, MA 02138 USA

Harvard University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
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