The Charleston Chiang lab (http://chianglab.usc.edu) at Center for Genetic Epidemiology, Keck School of Medicine USC, currently has one opening for a postdoctoral fellow in genetic epidemiology and population genetics. This is an NIH-supported T32 through the partnership between University of Hawaii Cancer Center and University of Southern California, and therefore the applicant must be U.S. citizen or permanent resident. The position is funded for 2 years, with possibility to extend to a 3rd year pending availability of funding and satisfactory progress. Applicants ideally should have extensive exposure and experience in human medical and/or population genetics research and have analyzed large genetic datasets. Programming skills (e.g. python, perl, C, R, etc.) and proficiency in Unix-based computing environments are desirable, though extensive training will also be provided during the fellowship. The successful candidates will be able to develop projects broadly within the scope of the group’s research interests using the Multiethnic Cohort, which consists of genotyping and sequencing data on up to 70K individuals from African American, Latino American, Japanese American, European American, and Native Hawaiian individuals (https://www.uhcancercenter.org/mec).
If interested, please visit our lab website for ongoing research in the group, and contact Charleston Chiang with a copy of CV and contact information of two references.
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