Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (HSPH) invites applications for a postdoctoral research fellow who will work on statistical methods development for multivariate spatial data and high-dimensional multivariate microbiome sequencing data. Under the joint supervision of Drs. Kyu Ha Lee (Nutrition, HSPH), Jacqueline Starr (Forsyth Institute), and Brent Coull (Biostatistics, HSPH). The initial appointment is for one year, with a possible extension for a second year. The position is available immediately, with negotiable start date.
Doctoral degree in biostatistics, statistics, computational biology, or related quantitative fields. Strong research experience in Bayesian modeling, Markov chain Monte Carlo methods is preferred. Also relevant would be experience with spatial statistical modeling or multivariate methods development. Excellent programing skills in R, C/C++ and/or Fortran as well as strong communication and writing skills are required.
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