Zoo New England is seeking a full time scientist with experience in genomics and bioinformatics to help move forward ongoing innovative research exploring diseases of zoo and wildlife species, and the impacts of biodiversity and ecosystem health on human health.  Working with the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, our research brings together human-health focused genomic scientists and disease experts with zoological veterinarians to more sustainably conserve healthy populations of endangered species, while also informing and advancing research on similar diseases in humans.  Additional work with wild populations brings a One Health focus to pathogen spillover at the human-wildlife interface in areas such as Madagascar, where we are actively working with partners to bring about landscap

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