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Positions Available at UNLV

05 February 2015

Two positions are available at the University of Nevada Las Vegas:

Software Engineer in Bioinformatics

  • Job duties: Training and oversight of student programmers, assist with preparation of manuscripts and grant applications, and creation of software tools using Perl, Java JavaScript, PHP, and SQL relational databases.

  • Requirements: This job is for either a Postdoctoral Fellow (B.S. and Ph.D.) degree in bioinformatics, computer science or related field), or a Software Engineer with equivalent experience.

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Postdoctoral Fellow in Virology

  • Job duties: Experimental research on two virology technologies, training and oversight of graduate and undergraduate students, writing manuscripts and grant applications.

  • Requirements: This job is for either a Postdoctoral Fellow (B.S. and Ph.D.) degree in Virology, Molecular Biology or a related field), or equivalent industrial experience.

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