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'''Postdoctoral Research Associate'''<br>
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'''Postdoctoral Research Fellow'''<br>
Current location: Harvard Center for Systems Biology<br>
Current location: Harvard Center for Systems Biology<br>
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Moving to UCSF Dept of Microbiology and Immunology on Sept 1st, 2014<br><br>
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Moving to <b>UCSF</b> Dept of Microbiology and Immunology on Sept 1st, 2014<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
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We are actively looking for post-doctoral fellows interested in how the gut microbiome influences the fate of xenobiotics, including antibiotics, drugs, and dietary bioactive compounds. Research experience in microbiology, pharmacology, computational biology, and/or biological chemistry is ideal, but candidates from other disciplines are encouraged to apply.<br><br>
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We are looking for post-doctoral fellows interested in how the gut microbiome influences the fate of xenobiotics, including antibiotics, drugs, and dietary bioactive compounds. Research experience in microbiology, pharmacology, computational biology, and/or biological chemistry is ideal, but candidates from other disciplines are encouraged to apply.<br><br><br><br>
Applicants should send their CV, 3 reference letters, and brief statement of research interest to:<br><br>
Applicants should send their CV, 3 reference letters, and brief statement of research interest to:<br><br>
Peter Turnbaugh, PhD<br>
Peter Turnbaugh, PhD<br>

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Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Current location: Harvard Center for Systems Biology
Moving to UCSF Dept of Microbiology and Immunology on Sept 1st, 2014







We are looking for post-doctoral fellows interested in how the gut microbiome influences the fate of xenobiotics, including antibiotics, drugs, and dietary bioactive compounds. Research experience in microbiology, pharmacology, computational biology, and/or biological chemistry is ideal, but candidates from other disciplines are encouraged to apply.



Applicants should send their CV, 3 reference letters, 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, 369.15
Cambridge, MA 02138 USA

Harvard University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
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