|The Caporaso Lab is located in the Center for Microbial Genetics and Genomics at Northern Arizona University. We are an applied bioinformatics lab, developing and using software for studying communities of micro-organisms.||
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Dr. Caporaso teaches graduate and undergraduate bioinformatics in the Biology and Computer Science departments at Northern Arizona University. You can find course websites and teaching materials on Dr. Caporaso's teaching website.
We are always on the lookout for exceptional post-doctoral scholars, graduate students, undergraduate students and research technicians (python programmers, typically) to join the lab. If you're interested in the human microbiome or microbiology of the built environment (e.g., offices, homes, hospitals, etc) and would like to work in the Caporaso Lab, you should e-mail Greg. Be sure to describe your research interests in your e-mail, and attach a CV or resume as a PDF.
NAU is currently hiring a Senior Linux System Administrator. This person will interact directly with scientists across disciplines at NAU, including our lab, to run an 800 core RHEL cluster.
We're physically located in Room 220 of the Applied Research and Development (ARD) building at Northern Arizona University [map]. Dr. Caporaso's office is located in Room 224 of ARD, which is in the Room 220 office suite.