Postdoctoral Fellow. Genetics of Alzheimer's disease
Washington University in St. Louis
A postdoctoral research fellow position is available immediately in
neurogenetics to identify novel common and rare variants associated
with Alzheimer's disease by using second-generation sequencing
technologies. This position (1-2 years, extension possible) will be
available in the Cruchaga Lab in The Hope Center Program on Protein
Aggregation and Neurodegeneration (HPAN).
Candidates should hold a PhD in genetics, statistical genetics, biology,
or other related areas. Previous experience in next-generation
sequencing technologies, GWAS or microarray analysis, quantitative
genetics, or computational biology is preferred.
Applicants should email a curriculum vitae and statement of research
interests along with contact information for 3 references to Dr.
Carlos Cruchaga (email@example.com
tl.edu). Evaluation of applications will begin immediately.