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NIH funded Postdoctoral positions
Seeking independent, creative scientists to join our group studying the population biology of infectious diseases. We are currently recruiting for computational positions that can be done remotely. If you do wish to move, Madison is a very nice place to live. We are especially interested in individuals with expertise in one or more of the following areas: evolutionary genomics, experimental evolution, population genomics, transmission modeling, genomic epidemiology, evolutionary modeling, statistical genetics.The Pepperell Lab offers a dynamic and supportive environment within the top-ranked Microbiology program at UW-Madison. Mentoring is tailored to individual goals, with opportunities to forge an independent line of research. If you are interested in joining us, please send a CV and a brief description of how your background and interests fit with the scientific themes of the lab to Dr. Pepperell: cspepper@medicine.wisc.edu.

Graduate Students
Dr. Pepperell is a trainer in the following graduate programs: Microbiology (MDTP), Cellular and Molecular Pathology (CMP), Population Health Sciences and Genetics. She is also a trainer for the following graduate and post-graduate training grants: Microbes in Health and Disease (MHD), Molecular Biosciences (MBTG), Genomic Sciences (GSTP), and Computation and Informatics in Biology and Medicine (CIBM). Our affiliated graduate programs work on a rotation system where students are matched with labs after admission. If you are interested in joining the Pepperell lab, please start by investigating the relevant graduate program and feel free to reach out to Dr. Pepperell about the availability of graduate student positions in the lab and our current focus and research opportunities.