Researcher 5 - Cardiovascular Medicine in Minneapolis, MN for University of Minnesota Twin Cities
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Researcher 5 - Cardiovascular Medicine
Description:The Lillehei Heart Institute is a premier institute at the University of Minnesota-Minneapolis with state of the art technologies and core facilities focused on the molecular regulation of myogenesis, stem cell and regenerative biology.  We are accepting applications for highly motivated computational biologists or postdoctoral fellows to develop novel bioinformatic and computational methods for understanding the dynamic gene regulations and lineage hierarchies during cardiac, endothelial and hematopoietic development.Responsibility:* Develop or integrate novel statistical methods and algorithms for analyzing large-scale -omics data, including gene regulatory network inference, cell lineage reconstruction, multi-dimensional data integration and etc. 


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