Open positions at CCB
- Most of the CCB faculty members describe job openings on their individual websites. See the People menu for those sites.
- Please see also: Postdoctoral and graduate student openings with Dr. Ben Langmead.
Postdoctoral research and graduate student openings with Prof. Steven Salzberg
- The Salzberg lab is looking for postdoctoral scientists, particularly in the area of microbiome research but also in the areas of transcriptome assembly, RNA-seq analysis, and whole-genome assembly. To apply, simply send your CV and a list of 2-3 references directly to Prof. Salzberg by email. You can find out more about the Salzberg lab at http://salzberg-lab.org/.
- We are looking for new Ph.D. students this year and every year. The Salzberg lab is a computational research group that develops methods for DNA sequence analysis including genome assembly, RNA-seq alignment and assembly, microbiome analysis, and other problems in genomics. Much more information about our work can be found at http://salzberg-lab.org/. where you can also find a list of current and past lab members.
How to Apply as a Ph.D. student:
Many students write to us directly asking if they can join the lab. While we appreciate your interest, this is not how Ph.D. applications are considered at Hopkins. Instead, you should apply directly to the Ph.D. program through either the Department of Biomedical Engineering or the Department of Computer Science. Prof. Salzberg holds joint appointments in both Departments, and accepts students through both programs. Make sure to specify on the application that you are interested in the Salzberg lab, which will ensure that Prof. Salzberg sees your application.