Post-doc in Computational Epigenomics

Organization
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 http://epigenomics.wustl.edu.

Requirements

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

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