We are looking to hire 1-2 postdocs who are interested in research at the intersection of human and population genetics, taking place at Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California in Los Angeles, California.
The candidate will have access to data in multiethnic cohort (https://uhcancercenter.org/mec), including new GWAS and WGS data being generated, multi-omic data in pipeline. Postdoc also have the freedom to explore other topics broadly within the lab's scope.
Position is for 2 yrs and extendable. Salary starting at minimum at step 5 of the NIH postdoc scale (~$62k USD a year), commensurate with experience and expertise. Some level of working from home is negotiable.
We are actively establishing a vibrant and respectful culture in the research group. See brief notes on how we are working towards this goal here: http://chianglab.usc.edu/resources.html (any feedback on improving these efforts is also welcomed!)
Official ad for the post is here: https://usccareers.usc.edu/job/los-angeles/postdoctoral-research-associate/1209/12512385120 but the easiest way to apply may be reaching out to me via email or DM! Learn more about the ongoing research from our website: http://chianglab.usc.edu. Apply by December 1st to ensure fully consideration.
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