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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 phenotypesThis position is in collaboration ​with Merck Research LabsInterested candidates should contact Shamil with CV and statement ​of research interests ​and background.  ​+=====Job Opportunities===== 
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 +Specific opportunities for postdoctoral fellows and staff scientists ​are posted on this page when available. Irrespectively of specific openings, we always encourage qualified candidates to contact us.  
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 +====Position available: Postdoctoral Fellow in Statistical Genetics==== 
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 +We have an opening ​for a statistical geneticist ​interested ​both in theory/​method development and analysis of large-scale sequencing, genotyping and epigenomics datasets. Potential projects include ​the analysis ​of regulatory variation; unresolved issues of allelic architecture and phenotype prediction; development of new methods for the analysis of large-scale sequencing ​datasets. Experience in statistical genetics will be considered as a significant plus, and an understanding ​of evolutionary and/or human genetics is also helpful. However, we will consider all applicants ​with a strong quantitative background willing to learn and work at the forefront of this rapidly expanding field  
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 +====Position available: Postdoctoral Fellow ​in Mendelian Human Genetics==== 
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 +We have an opening for a human geneticist ​with an interest in method development for variant prediction in Mendelian disorders using large-scale sequencing, genotyping and epigenomics datasetsPotential projects include the estimation of penetrance for disease variants; integration of protein structural information and relevant domains in functional predictions;​ development of new methods for the analysis of large-scale case and control sequencing datasets. Experience in Mendelian human genetics will be considered as significant plus, and an understanding ​of statistical genetics ​and sequencing is also helpful. However, we will consider all applicants with a strong quantitative ​background ​willing to learn and work at the forefront of this rapidly expanding field.  ​