Guam EPSCoR is recruiting a postdoctoral researcher with expertise in molecular ecology to study how coral microbiomes and photosymbionts affect the resistance and resilience of corals to changing environmental conditions. The postdoc will work at the Marine Laboratory of the University of Guam and be able to leverage easy access to field sites for specimen collection and field experiments. A state-of-the-art genetics lab is on site at the Marine Laboratory and high-throughput computing resources are being implemented as part of the Guam EPSCoR efforts to facilitate data intensive analyses. The postdoc will be part of a dynamic team, including several faculty researchers and graduate students with expertise in coral ecology, genomics, and bioinformatics. Together we work toward understa

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