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Postdoctoral Fellow / Research Fellow, Canberra 

The Sea-quence project is an undertaking of the Reef Future Genomics Consortium (ReFuGe), a Great Barrier Reef Foundation Initiative. This project is aimed at generating reference genomic and transcriptomic sequences for ten coral species, their associated microbial communities, and three strains of endosymbiotic algae (dinoflagellates).

Three “Great Barrier Reef Foundation Fellowships”, including this position, are being created at the Australian National University and the University of Queensland, to collaborate in the analysis and interpretation of these data. This position will take the lead role with respect to genome-scale analysis of the ten coral genomes and is expected to collaborate closely with the two other groups working on the microbial and dinoglagellate sequences.

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