Postdoctoral Fellow in Big Data for Oral Health Research | GenomeWeb

Postdoctoral Fellow in Big Data for Oral Health Research

Medical University of South Carolina
Job Location
Charleston, SC 29425
NRSA level postdoctoral salary

Postdocs receive time off, health and dental benefits from the university. Information on benefits is available from the University HR.

Job Description

Position Title: Postdoctoral fellow (3 year)

Duties and Responsibilities: The candidate will develop quantitative research including methodological, if desired, in support of biomedical problems in dental and oral research. Commitment of oral health research is required, but no prior experience is necessary. Specific application areas include, but are not limited to, microbiome analysis and modeling, oral cancer genomics, developmental genomics. The trainee will have an opportunity to interact with other quantitative scientists at the Department of Public Health Sciences and the Biomedical Informatics Center and University-wide.


The ideal candidate will have their PhD by July 1, 2016 in a quantitative field, such as Statistics, Biostatistics, Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, Bioinformatics or related disciplines.
A PhD in an oral health related biomedical field is acceptable, if significant quantitative expertise is demonstrated by the applicant.

***Only US Citizens and Permanent Residents are eligible to apply.***

How to Apply

Submit a cover letter and full CV to Dr. Alexander Alekseyenko at

About Our Organization

Company Information: Medical University of South Carolina is located in coastal South Carolina in historic Charleston. College of Dental Medicine that engages faculty and trainees in other disciplines and departments in the Colleges of Medicine, Graduate Studies, Nursing and Dental Medicine at MUSC, the Department of Bioengineering at Clemson University, and the Hollings Cancer Center at MUSC. The research success of the Dental College has been enabled by continuous funding of Center for Oral Health Research (COHR).

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