Post Doctoral Fellow in Systems EpidemiologyPosting Date: 08/10/2021
Closing Date: 04/30/2021
The Section of Epidemiology and Population Sciences in the Department of Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine announces the availability of postdoctoral fellowships (selected on a rolling basis) in our Systems Epidemiology of Cancer Training Program supported by the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT). Our program is specifically designed to accelerate the training of the next generation of cancer epidemiologists and bioinformaticians in integrating epidemiologic studies with rapidly emerging technological advancements in data sciences, analytic platforms, and bioinformatics.
We are seeking PhD epidemiologists or bioinformaticians or MDs/DVMs with relevant training. This is a three-year broad and flexible program with individually tailored teams of mentors from multiple disciplines (basic, clinical, and population scientists) and personalized educational and career development curricula. Our unique institutional core resources and experienced cadre of faculty mentors will provide rich research and educational opportunities. Exciting opportunities also exist to work with faculty from MD Anderson Cancer Center, Rice University and The University of Texas School of Health Informatics.
Fellows may apply to the leaders of one or more of the four interacting themes. These are: Big data (led by Dr. Aaron Thrift); Molecular/omics (Dr. Phillip Lupo); Environmental (Dr. Elaine Symanski) and Computational Epidemiology (Dr. Chris Amos)
Fellows are not restricted to permanent U.S. residents or citizens. Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Equal Access Employer.
For further details visit our website at www.bcm.edu/epitraining