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Opportunity: Postdoc position @ Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) and Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH)
Submitted by Xiaole Liu; posted on Thursday, December 14, 2006
The laboratory of Professor Xiaole Shirley Liu invites applications for a 2-3 year postdoctoral position at the Department of Biostatistics and Computational Biology at DFCI / HSPH. The research in the laboratory ( focuses on designing and applying computational statistical algorithms to high throughput genomics data to study transcription regulation (Ji et al, NAR 2006; Johnson et al, PNAS 2006; Carroll et al, Nat Gen 2006; Oszolak et al, Nat Biotech 2006). Areas of research include: statistical modeling of transcription regulation; ChIP-chip analysis on genome tiling microarrays; genome-wide epigenetics and nucleosome occupancy; transcription factor motif finding; novel transcript mapping and genome copy number change detection on exon and genome tiling microarrays.

Ideal applicant should have:
A. a PhD degree in related field (physical sciences or biology)
B. strong programming skills: ((Python or Perl) and (C or C++ or Java) and R)
C. strong quantitative background (Bayesian network, HMM, etc.) or computational genomics experiences (DNA sequence analysis, microarray analysis, etc.)
D. good verbal and written communication skills
In addition, applicant must be able to visit Boston for potential interview without visa application.

Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, CV, and name and contact of three references to xsliu (At) jimmy (Dot) harvard (Dot) edu with subject line “Postdoctoral application�.

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