Post-doc in Computational Epigenomics

Washington University in Saint Louis
Job Location
Saint Louis, MO
Job Description

A computational genomics post-doctoral research fellow position is available to study epigenomic abnormalities in cancer in the Center for Pharmacogenomics at Washington University in St. Louis. We seek a candidate to develop new computational tools to integrate epigenomic datasets to understand the potential functional consequences of epigenetic changes in cancer. For more information see


Ph.D. in computational biology, genomics, computer science or a related field.  Strong quantitative skills.

How to Apply

Send email with CV, references and cover letter detailing experience and interests to

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