Postdoctoral Associate – Computational Biology
Dr. Zhengqing Ouyang, Principal Investigator
About JAX-GM: Comprising 183,000 square feet of highly advanced, state-of-the-art laboratories and supporting facilities, the brand new JAX-GM conveniently sits midway between NYC and Boston in the heart of Connecticut. JAX-GM is part of an exciting $1.1 billion venture between the state of Connecticut and The Jackson Laboratory, an internationally-recognized research and educational institution with unparalleled genomic resources and research support services.
About the position: A computational postdoctoral research position is available in the Ouyang Lab at The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine. The Ouyang Lab develops statistical and computational methodologies for analyzing high-throughput omics data. Areas of interest include but are not limited to 3D genomics and transcriptomics, single-cell omics, and regulome dynamics in development and diseases. For more, visit the Ouyang Lab online.
Exceptional candidates will have the opportunity to apply for prestigious postdoctoral awards in The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine. Fellows will be joining The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine in Farmington, Connecticut.
Find out about the distinct advantages enjoyed by our Postdoctoral Associates here.
- PhD training in computational biology, bioinformatics, statistics, computer science, applied mathematics, physics, engineering or a related quantitative area
- Proven research experience and publication records in computational biology
- Mastery of a statistical language (such as R) as well as a script language (such as Python)
- Familiarity with Unix and computing in high-performance computer clusters
- Strong communication skills and the ability to work in a team
MORE ABOUT JAX
JAX began in 1929 with a small group of scientists dedicated to the emerging field of genetics. We now have over 1700 scientists, technicians, and support staff, including over 50 Principle Investigators in five primary disease areas: cancer, reproductive biology, immunology, metabolic processes, and neuroscience. Our fundamental contributions to biomedical research include cancer genetics and establishing the mouse as the premier research animal model.
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EEO: All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.