Postdoctoral Position, Mayo Clinic, Genetic EpidemiologyPosting Date: 08/20/2018
Postdoctoral Position at Mayo Clinic in Genetic Epidemiology
Position posting #800146
A postdoctoral Research Fellow position is now available to work with a highly productive and impactful genetic epidemiology program. The successful candidate will receive training in cancer genetic epidemiologic methods and human genetic empiric analysis. The Research Fellow will work with a senior genetic epidemiologist and a team of biostatisticians, geneticists, clinical investigators, and informaticians on a multi-faceted research program that focuses on genetic epidemiology and early detection of pancreatic cancer. The candidate must have experience/knowledge in at least two of the following areas: human genetics, epidemiologic methods, biostatistics, bioinformatics. The ideal candidate will have well developed writing and presentation skills with opportunities for manuscript preparation using large datasets. The Research Fellow will be provided leadership opportunities in pancreatic cancer and will also learn to work in international consortia settings. The candidate is expected to have a Ph.D. in epidemiology or human genetics.
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