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The Laboratory of Dr. James Glazier seeks to fill following four research associate positions:
Software Developer. More Information
Language Development Specialist. More Information
Computational / Developmental Biologist. More Information
Developmental / Cell/ Biochemical Experimentalist. More Information


The Indiana University Biocomplexity Institute seeks a Research Associate or Post Doctoral Fellow to participate in research on the development and improvement of the Tissue Simulation Environment (compucell3d.org). More Information

Postdoctoral position: Predictive modeling of cancer and epigenetic networks at Northwestern Univerity More Information

Post-doctoral researcher position available in agent-based computational modeling of social behavior More Information

Other Job Positions

These are biocomplexity-related positions available outside of the Biocomplexity Institute. (Please read our note regarding these postings.)

Indiana University Informatics - Complex Systems - One postdoctoral position
Arizona State University - Computational Biology/Physics - One postdoctoral position
University of Amsterdam - Biomineralization - Two postdoctoral positions
BELSPO - Postdoctoral Postion
University of Edinburgh - Two postdoctoral positions
VIB/Ghent University - Research Assistant / Ph.D. Student
VIB/Ghent University - Computational Systems Biology & Plant Comparative Genomics
University of Porto - Two 5 year postdoctoral postions
University of Minnesota - Postdoctoral and tenure-track positions
NECSI - Several postdoctoral positions
University of Vermont - Tenure-Track Faculty Position

Fellowships


Fellowships are available to new and/or continuing Indiana University graduate students who are (1) trained in physical, mathematical and computational sciences, who wish to pursue further study in biomedicine, or (2) trained in biology who wish to pursue further study in quantitative sciences and to pursue careers in interdisciplinary, quantitative biosciences. More Information


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