Research at Clinical Infectiology (KLIF) focuses on zoonotic and foodborne pathogens and the emergence of antimicrobial resistance posing a threat for veterinary and public health. The generation and analysis of sequencing data is part of our daily work for epidemiological analysis, search for virulence and antimicrobial markers, to assess the effects of interventions, and for diagnostics. KLIF offers an international and stimulating work environment at the forefront of scientific research. As a postdoc you will actively participate in our scientific meetings and publish the findings in peer reviewed scientific journals.
microbiome and resistome for both epidemiological analyses and for diagnostics. Work is carried out under supervision of a senior bioinformatician. You will thrive in a unique multi-disciplinary environment including veterinarians, biologists, and bioinformaticians, with an opportunity to supervise master students and contribute to teaching and hands-on multiple day workshops.