The Mendelian Postdoctoral Research Scientist will be responsible for analyzing data for a variety of Mendelian traits with a concentration on the study of nonsyndromic hearing impairment to find the causal variants underlying disease etiology.
The post-doc will analyze VCF and BAM files using filtering and bioinformatics approaches. They will be involved in preparing manuscripts and presentations.
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