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Subject: Post-Doctoral Fellow in Animal Genetics
Date: Tue, 07 Mar 2023 15:50:29 -0600

The Khatib Lab at the University of Wisconsin Madison is currently searching
for a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher to join our team. We require
someone with proven expertise in whole genome bisulfite sequencing analysis.
The ideal candidate should have a Ph.D. in Animal Genetics, Genetics,
Reproduction, or a related field and a strong background in bioinformatics.
The ideal candidate should have a strong publication record and a keen
interest in creating novel techniques for analyzing epigenetic data on a
large scale. As a member of the Khatib Lab, you will have access to advanced
technologies, computational resources, and a collaborative research


* Conduct research in nutritional epigenetics in sheep, focusing on
  developing and applying computational methods to analyze large-scale
  genomic data. The research is focused on the effects of paternal and
  maternal nutrition on phenotypes and the epigenome of the subsequent
* Collaborate with other lab and sheep unit members to design and execute
* Publish research findings in high-impact journals and present at
* Participate in mentoring graduate and undergraduate students.


* Ph.D. in Animal Sciences, Genetics, or related fields and a strong
  background in bioinformatics.
* Proven experience in the analysis of whole genome bisulfite sequencing
* Strong programming skills.
* Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
* Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

For more information about our research, see a recent paper published in
To apply, please send a cover letter, CV, and a list of three references to
Dr. Hasan Khatib at

Hasan Khatib
Professor of Genetics and Vice-Chair
Department of Animal and Dairy Sciences
University of Wisconsin-Madison



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