We are inviting applications for a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in genetic epidemiology, statistical genetics or related fields with an interest in cardiometabolic traits and diseases.
By using genetics, this program aims to understand the biology that underlies the susceptibility to obesity and its links to related cardiometabolic traits. We study common, low frequency and rare variants  in an ancestrally diverse population of >33,000 individuals recruited from throughout New York City through the Mount Sinai’s ongoing BioMe EMR-linked Biobank,  in the large-scale UK Biobank (n = 500,000), and  in a unique discordant-sib family study.
The successful candidate will be supervised directly by the Dr. Ruth Loos. He or she will have the opportunity to work with a large portfolio of data collections (including EMR-linked, population-based, discordant-family designs) with high-density genotyping data (including genome-wide arrays, ExomeChip, and deep-sequencing), to develop their own research projects, and to participate in large-scale international collaborations.