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A postdoctoral research position in statistical genetics is available at the FHCRC. The Hutchinson Center provides a challenging academic and supportive multi-disciplinary research environment.
We are seeking a recent or prospective doctoral graduate (PhD or equivalent qualification) with a background in related subject areas. This could include, but is not limited to, training in biostatistics, statistics, quantitative genetics, or a closely related field. Please note that this is NOT a laboratory-based position. The postdoctoral fellow-research associate will work directly with James Dai, primarily on methodology development and collaborative projects in genetic association studies, including Genome-Wide
Association Studies and next generation sequencing studies. The successful applicant will work to develop novel statistical methodology, and implement efficient programs in statistical methods and high-dimension computation, also carry out some data analysis relevant for large-scale genetic association and sequencing studies, to present and publish research results.
A PhD in Statistics, Biostatistics, or Quantitative Genetics is required. Candidates must have a background in Statistical Genetics or Genomics research. The position requires a highly motivated individual with excellent written and verbal communication skills
The ideal candidate will have expertise in statistical and computational methods, programming skills for the analysis of complete, high-dimensional genotype data, and evidence of proficient writing skills (i.e. publications).
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