Summary Description: Ideal candidates will be highly motivated scientists who will work in a top-quality academic environment. The position primary responsibility will be to contribute to an active NIH funded research project focused on the genetics of Parkinson's disease. The candidate will apply and develop methods for analyzing data from genome-wide association studies, gene expression, and next-generation sequencing, and integrate genetic data with knowledge of biological networks and pathways.
Minimum Qualifications: Successful candidates should have Ph.D. and relevant expertise in either human genetics/ genomics or molecular biology.
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Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
Internal Number: 334_52046
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