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opportunities [2014/11/11 22:10]
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opportunities [2016/06/20 19:48]
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-We are currently looking for a postdoctoral fellow interested in identifying the roles of non-coding variants using whole genome sequencing of patients with rare Mendelian phenotypes. This position is in collaboration with Merck Research Labs. Interested candidates should contact Shamil with a CV and statement of research interests and background.  ​+=====Job Opportunities=====
  
-We have an opportunity for a postdoctoral ​fellow ​interested in a computational project on the functional effects ​of coding variants. ​Generally, postdoctoral ​candidates with a strong ​background ​in computational biology, population genetics, protein structure or molecular evolution and interested in applications to human genetics are encouraged to contact Shamil.+We are currently seeking ​postdoctoral ​fellows ​interested in identifying ​the roles of non-coding variants ​using whole genome sequencing of patients with rare Mendelian phenotypesInterested ​candidates ​should contact Shamil ​with a CV and statement of research interests and background. ​ 
  
-The Personal Genomics Consultation Service ​(PGCSat Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School analyzes patient cases with rare genetic phenotypes. PGCS is searching for a full time research scientist or computational biologist to help solve rare disease cases using computational genomics pipelines and bioinformatics tools, and to develop leading edge genetic algorithms that are essential to finding the genetic causes of rare phenotypes. Please see [[http://​careers.brighamandwomens.org/​JobDescription.aspx?​Back=1&&​jobId=2262379|the job posting for more information.]]+We also have an opportunity for a postdoctoral fellow interested in a computational project on the functional effects of coding variants. Generally, postdoctoral candidates with a strong background in computational biology, population genetics, protein structure or molecular evolution and interest in applications to human genetics, are encouraged to contact Shamil. 
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 +The Brigham Genomic Medicine ​(BGM) is also seeking ​a full-time research scientist or computational biologist to help solve rare disease cases using computational genomics pipelines and bioinformatics tools, and to develop leading edge genetic algorithms that are essential to finding the genetic causes of rare phenotypes. Please see [[http://​careers.brighamandwomens.org/​JobDescription.aspx?​Back=1&&​jobId=2262379|the job posting]] for more information.