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    Opportunity: Postdoc position @ Johns Hopkins School of Medicine -- Baltimore, MD (US)
    Submitted by Zhongming Zhao; posted on Friday, February 07, 2014



    One postdoc position is available in a bioinformatics lab at the Johns Hopkins University. We are interested to develop and apply computational approaches to the studies of gene regulation. We have been working on a variety of projects, including identification of protein-DNA interactions (Cell, 2009; eLife, 2013), characterization of transcription factor-microRNA interaction patterns (NAR, 2008), analysis of gene expression in different tissues (Nature Neuroscience, 2010), and determination of dynamics of splicing events during development (NAR, 2011). For more details of our research, please visit ( The successful candidates will work on either DNA methylation dependent protein-DNA interactions or an RNA-seq data analysis project.


    Successful candidates should be highly innovative and motivated individuals with strong programming skills and statistics background. The ideal applicant would have already had some experience in bioinformatics. However, a non-biological background with strong training in other area of science (e.g., physics or statistics) would also be appropriate.


    Applicants should forward a CV, and the names and contact information of 3 references to Dr. Jiang Qian (jiang.qian[at]

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