We are seeking a passionate candidate to perform biocuration of genetic variants in limb-girdle muscular dystrophy patient cohorts. The position would interface with two ClinGen expert panels focused on the gene and variant curation of muscular dystrophy genes. The candidate would coordinate the curation agenda and goals of the expert panels. In addition, the candidate would participate in the biocuration of unresolved variants.
The position could be on site at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis with an option of remote work. The ideal candidate would have a background in genetics/biology, eager to learn, organized, and independent with good communication skills. The candidate would be trained in the process of biocuration so previous experience in “gene curation” is not essential.
Candidates can reach out directly. Dr. Conrad Weihl (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject biocuration.
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