The Anthropological Genetics research group at the University of Kansas is a dynamic research team that focuses on the analysis of genetic material from ancient and contemporary humans, non-humans, and sediments in order to address questions concerning human population history throughout ancient Beringia and the Americas. These projects include studies of population movements and admixture, human behaviors, and environmental reconstructions. We are seeking applications for an Assistant Researcher to join our group and participate in data generation, and to help with laboratory trainings, record keeping, and maintenance. This staff position is a full-time, limited term appointment currently funded for three years. The Assistant Researcher will report to the Laboratory Coordinator of
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