We have a two year full time postdoc position available to conduct bioinformatics, laboratory and field research in the area of conservation genomics as part of ARC Linkage Project LP180100721, and assist in the supervision of honours and postgraduate research students as required. This is a collaborative project between the University of New South Wales, Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney and the Australian National University to develop approaches for the conservation of plant species that are threatened by a fungal pathogen (Austropuccinia psidii, the cause of myrtle rust). Techniques involved include but are not limited to field collection of plant material, DNA extraction, plant growth experiments, execution of software for bioinformatic and statistical analyses.
More details can be found on the UNSW jobs site here: https://external-careers.jobs.unsw.edu.au/cw/en/job/499957/postdoctoral-research-associate. Informal enquiries are welcome if you want to know more about the project.