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Post-doctoral Fellow / Aparicio Lab - BC Cancer Research Center, Vancouver BC

Organization
BC Cancer Research Center
Job Location
675 west 10th avenue
Vancouver, BC V5Z 1L3
Canada
Job Description

We are seeking a post-doctoral research fellow to join the Aparicio Lab, at the BC Cancer Research Center in Vancouver, British Columbia. Posting is available immediately for a postdoctoral fellow with experience in cancer bioinformatics to work on an exciting new program developing non-invasive patient genomic monitoring. The successful candidate will have a degree and postgraduate training in bioinformatics, computer science, statistics, or allied subjects, with experience applying modern computational genome analysis methods. The post holder will work jointly with the groups of Dr. Samuel Aparicio (UBC and BC Cancer) & Dr. Andrew Roth (UBC Computer Science and BC Cancer) on developing and implementing methods for analysis of genomic sequencing information from plasma and other fluids to monitor tumour burden and provide information for screening of high risk patients. This will be in conjunction with existing work on single cell genome analysis pioneered by the Aparicio and Shah labs in the last 5 years.

How to Apply

Please send cover letter, resume, transcript and work sample to careersmolonc@bccrc.ca

Please put “Post-doctoral Fellow – Aparicio Lab” and your family name in the subject line.

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