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Postdoctoral Fellows

We are seeking applications for one Post Doctoral Fellow in the fields of bioinformatics and computational biology. The Post Doctoral Fellow will work on (1) development and application of novel computational methods towards understanding influenza cell tropisms and viral fitness; (2) development and application of novel computational methods in analyzing next generation sequences (such as 454 and Illumina sequences) towards new pathogen discovery and modeling disease burden from co-infections of multiple pathogens. The position will require a Ph.D. in Computer Science, Computational Biology, Bioinformatics, or a related field.  A strong programming ability is essential. Some background in evolutionary theory, mathematics and/or statistics is a plus. The successful candidate should be highly motivated and able to work independently, but integrate well within a team with diverse background. The position is available immediately and salary will be commensurate with experience. Applicants should send curriculum vitae, a brief summary of previous research experience and the contact details of three references to Dr. Henry Wan by


*This is a new job announcement.


Visiting Scientist

Currently, we do not have specific funds for visiting scientist currently. However, we are especially interested in the motiviated candidates with trainings/experiences in molecular virology and mathmatics. Those with their own finanial supports are especially encouraged to contact Dr. Henry Wan by


Graduate Student

Currently we have two positions (graduate research assistantship available) open immediately for the exciting influenza research. Students with strong motivations and research interests in influenza research are encouraged to contact Dr. Wan by The applicants can have a background in computer science, mathematics, biological sciences, veterinary medicine, or from a related field.


*One graduate position is filled.


Undergraduate Student

We are always looking for motivated undergraduate students to join the lab. The students will have opportunities to work either in the computational laboratory or wet bench laboratory. Please contact Dr. Wan for the opportunities by