As part of the University of Georgia’s Precision One Health Hiring Initiative, the Department of Population Health is seeking a tenure-track Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor focused on Precision Diagnostics. The selected faculty member will utilize molecular diagnostic tools to rapidly identify unique antigenic and pathogenic characteristics, biomarkers, and distinctive metabolic pathways, of disease agents of human and animal populations. In addition, this position will develop bioinformatic pipelines that harness molecular data with individual and temporal metadata sets of samples to provide a clear understanding of the disease etiology, ecology, transmission dynamics, pathogenesis, and host and environmental factors that contribute to disease progression. The ideal cand
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