We are seeking one to two computational postdocs to lead the development of new computational/statistical methods and/or the analysis of primary data from population genomics studies.
You: You must be an independent, motivated, creative and enthusiastic individual with a background in statistical genetics, computational biology, or other relevant quantitative disciplines (computer science, physics and math preferred). You should be comfortable applying your technical skills to a new, exciting and ever-changing field by developing software tools and/or partake in the analysis of primary data. A general interest in making fundamental discoveries of how our genomes encode biological function would be helpful. You must be able to interact with experts in other disciplines such as immunology, molecular biology and clinical sciences.
Us: We are a new lab at the Institute for Human Genetics at UCSF with a focus on developing computational and experimental approaches to better understand how our genes interact with our environment to give rise to phenotypic diversity, especially in the context of immune traits. We collaborate heavily with technologists to adapt new techniques to generate primary large-scale population genomics datasets such as RNA-seq and ATAC-seq in bulk and single cells to study human biology with a quantitative emphasis.
We have three major goals in our lab
To apply, please send CV, cover letter and three references to Jimmie Ye at email@example.com