Tenure Track Positions - Human Genetics & Data Science
Location: New Haven, CT
Internal Number: 114700
The Department of Genetics together with the Yale Center for Genomic Health and the Section for Biomedical Informatics and Data Science has multiple tenure track positions for outstanding investigators in the areas of human genetics, computational genomics, artificial intelligence and machine learning, gene therapy, and genomic technologies. Applicants from diverse backgrounds and/or whose research focuses on under-represented and underserved populations in genetics and genomics are especially encouraged to apply.
The successful applicant will fulfill our core values of diversity, innovation and excellence in genetics and will bring a genuine commitment to diversity, inclusion and mentoring, reflected and integrated into a highly impactful research program in human genetics and/or genomics. The successful applicant will bring a deep understanding of the role of inequity and exclusion as barriers in academic science and demonstrate a genuine commitment to overcoming these barriers in their future lab and field. The successful applicant will embrace the fundamental importance of mentoring in enriching the scientific growth and professional development of trainees.
The appointment will be made to the department within the Yale School of Medicine that is most relevant to the applicant's research focus. The rank of appointment will be commensurate with experience and the position will come with a competitive start up package. A webinar will be held on November 11, 2022 at 1pm to introduce members of the committee and answer questions. Please register and/or follow @YaleGenetics on twitter for exact details.
Applicants interested in this position must apply via the following link: http://apply.interfolio.com/114700 by December 10th, 2022, though late applications may be considered under special circumstances. At the time of application, applicants will be asked to provide brief (300 word) answers to three questions pertaining to their understanding of and commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. Failure to provide these answers in the format requested will result in administrative removal of the application. Applications should contain a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, a description of previous research (1 page), a concise statement of research plans (up to 2 pages), reprints of 2 publications, and 3 confidential letters of recommendation. Specific inquiries about the position may be sent to the attention of Dr. Ira Hall, Director of the Yale Center for Genomic Health at firstname.lastname@example.org, Dr. Antonio Giraldez, Chair of the Department of Genetics at email@example.com and Dr. Lucila Ohno-Machado, Chair of the Section on Biomedical Informatics and Data Science at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interviews will take place as part of a multidisciplinary symposium. Please reserve the dates of February 13-14, 2023 and February 20-21, 2023 as potential dates for the symposium in case you are selected for an interview.
The Department of Genetics and the Yale Center for Genomic Health, and the Section for Biomedical Informatics and Data Science sit at the interface of research to understand how genetic variation affects human traits, and how we can use this information to better predict and treat disease. Our overall mission is to tackle the most pressing challenge in the field: how to translate increasingly powerful genomic technologies and increasingly vast genomic data resources into new genetic discoveries and meaningful improvements in healthcare, in a manner that equally benefits people of all ancestry groups and ethnicities. Our scope includes research into the causal relationship between human genome variation and function in health and disease, cutting-edge developments in computational genomics, biostatistics and data science, the development of innovative new genomic technologies, gene therapies and implementation of genomics into healthcare.
We believe that outstanding science is driven by diversity. We strive to create an inclusive community of faculty, staff, and students whose voices and contributions are valued and respected, and who better represent the communities we serve. We are dedicated to providing an inclusive workplace that promotes and values diversity in age, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, physical ability, and ethnicity. Diversity is our commitment and our passion; we invite you to be part of it. Please refer to the official Yale School of Medicine statement here: https://medicine.yale.edu/education/admissions/equal/
Yale University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. Yale values diversity among its students, staff, and faculty and strongly welcomes applications from women, persons with disabilities, protected veterans, and underrepresented minorities.
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