The HighlanderLab at The Roslin Institute is looking for a core scientist to join the team. The group focus on managing and improving populations using data science, genetics, and breeding. While their core remit is in quantitative genetics and animal breeding, they have active projects also in plant and insect species. They work on a range of theoretical aspects and their application in real populations; both in interaction with leading industry partners. This is a strategic position with an open-end contract - a core scientist position funded by the BBSRC. The post holder will work closely with the PI, Gregor Gorjanc on:
  1. their research,
  2. teaching and supervising students and post-docs to deliver current projects,

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