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Opportunity: Postdoctoral Fellow in BIOINFORMATICS @ UT Southwestern Medical Center--Dallas, TX (US)
Submitted by Min Chen, Ph.D.; posted on Tuesday, September 20, 2011
BACKGROUND:
The Quantitative Biomedical Research Center is newly established in the Department of Clinical Sciences at UT Southwestern Medical Center. It aims to foster collaborations involving quantitative methods and technologies in any aspect of biomedical research, particularly for understanding disease etiologies and developing treatment and prevention strategies. Currently, the center has four faculties, several staff members, postdocs and student research assistants. We are actively recruiting new members to join this new and dynamic group.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The new postdoc will work on one or more of several interesting topics, including: construct gene regulatory network, integrated analysis of devise types of genomic data, analysis of next generation sequencing data. At UTSW, there are many great opportunities for postdocs to collaborate with outstanding biomedical investigators and work on exciting research projects.

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates should have a doctoral degree in Bioinformatics, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Statistics, Mathematics, Physics or other related fields.

TERMS:
Negotiated

LOCALE:
Dallas, TX

COMPENSATION:
UT Southwestern Medical Center offer a competitive salary.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send email to Dr. Yang Xie (Yang.Xie[at]UTSouthwestern.edu); and CC Xilong Li (xilong.li[at]UTSouthwestern.edu).

DEADLINE:
Until filled

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