Postdoc Position in Archaeogenetics at the MPI Jena

The Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Jena (Germany) is offering a position for a Postdoc in Population Genetics (E13 100%) for up to four years, starting in spring/summer 2018. The successful candidate will analyse human genomic data from ancient and modern samples to reconstruct population history in order to understand genetic diversity and substructure of Neolithic and Bronze-age populations.

Candidates should have a PhD in genetics, bioinformatics and computer science or relevant neighbouring disciplines.

There is no explicit application deadline. Get more information from the MPI website.