The University of Chicago's Department of Human Genetics is recruiting faculty at any rank. The department has broad research interests and existing strengths in the genetics of complex traits and common diseases, statistical and population genetics, and genomics. We seek applicants who have or will have completed postdoctoral training in areas that complement the existing programs, and an interest in teaching. We welcome applications from all areas of genetics relevant to human health and disease, and especially from those with interests in systems biology, epigenetics, or ancient DNA. Newly renovated research space and generous start-up funds are available. Successful candidates will be expected to develop/have and maintain a strong, extramurally funded, research program. Applicants must apply online at the University of Chicago Academic Career Opportunities website http://tinyurl.com/y7mvw44b by uploading the following required documents: cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement of research objectives, and a teaching statement.
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