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opportunities [2014/11/12 10:40]
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opportunities [2017/02/13 11:36] (current)
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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 also have an opportunity ​for postdoctoral ​fellow interested in a computational project ​on the functional effects ​of coding variants. Generallypostdoctoral ​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.+Specific opportunities ​for postdoctoral ​fellows and staff scientists are posted ​on this page when available. Irrespectively ​of specific openingswe always encourage qualified ​candidates to contact ​us
  
-The Personal Genomics Consultation Service (PGCS) is also 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 phenotypesPlease see [[http://​careers.brighamandwomens.org/​JobDescription.aspx?​Back=1&&​jobId=2262379|the job posting]] for more information.+ 
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 +====Position available: Postdoctoral Fellow in Statistical Genetics==== 
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 +We are looking ​for a statistical geneticist interested both in theory/​method development ​and analysis of large scale sequencinggenotyping ​and epigenomics datasets. Potential projects will 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 datasetsExperience in statistical genetics will be considered as a significant plus, and understanding of evolutionary and general genetics will also be valuedHowever, we will consider all applicants with a strong quantitative background willing to learn and work at the forefront of the rapidly expanding field