Computational Biology
and Biological Physics
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Carl Troein

Assistant Professor (Forskarassistent)

Computational Biology & Biological Physics,
Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics,
Lund University

Phone: +46 46 2223003

Postdoc position available!

I am currently looking to recruit a postdoc in computational biology for a two-year fellowship, as part of a larger project on Molecular Interactions Controlling soil Carbon Sequestration (MICCS). If you are interested, please see the call and website for instructions on how to apply. If you want to help us spread the word, you may use this poster.

Research interests:

I am interested in the function and evolutionary origins of gene regulatory systems, in particular the circadian clocks of plants. My current aim is to gain a better understanding of how and which environmental and functional requirements cause circadian clocks to generally require a large number of light inputs, negative feedback loops and so forth.

Selected recent publications (Full publication list; Citations):

Brief CV:

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PhD position:

PhD position PhD position in computational biology with focus on dynamical modelling of biological networks, in particular in relation to network evolution and circadian rhythms.

This position has now been filled. Karl Fogelmark has joined the group.

If the opportunity arises to recruit additional PhD students or postdocs, any open positions will be posted here as well as through the official channels. Until then, we can only consider applications from self-funded candidates.

Last updated (possibly wrong): 15 May 2012