IMCI currently employs postdocs, staff and partially supports some faculty.
MANAGER, IMCI IMAGE AND DATA ACQUISITION CORE
The Manager of the IMCI Image and Data Acquisition Core (IDAC) is directly supervised by the IDAC Director and reports to the IMCI Director. This position provides equipment maintenance, technical expertise, service and training to users of IDAC equipment (flow cytometry and sorting, microscopy, digital PCR, etc.) across campus. This position is responsible for management of equipment use and maintenance, management of user charges, and providing user and resource accounting statistics for the annual rate review process; communicating effectively with individuals at all levels of the University to establish support for new technology; and effectively representing the core to the local, regional and national research communities. The incumbent will develop professional relationships with equipment users and vendors. For further information or to apply, see https://uidaho.peopleadmin.com/postings/34113.
POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW IN STATISTICAL MODELING
This postdoctoral researcher will join a group of postdocs that form the Modeling Core within the Institute for Modeling Collaboration and Innovation (IMCI). They will bring expertise in statistical modeling to this group with diverse modeling skills. They will participate in research funded by NIH COBRE grant number P20-GM104420. This includes participation on Research Project Grants, Modeling Access Grants, or Pilot Grants funded under this mechanism. For further information or to apply, see https://uidaho.peopleadmin.com/postings/33939.
FACULTY CLUSTER HIRE
We are pleased to announce a Faculty Cluster Hire in Modeling and Data Science. The University of Idaho will add up to six faculty at the assistant or associate level. We are looking for outstanding researchers who use diverse modeling skills to address public health challenges along the continuum from pathogen dynamics at the human-wildlife interface, to emerging disease prediction and prevention, to rural health disparities. For further information or to apply, see https://clusterhire.nkn.uidaho.edu/.
If you are a GRADUATE STUDENT interested in becoming involved with IMCI, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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