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Send a CV, cover letter describing your research experiences and ongoing research interests (including specific interest in this opportunity), and contact information for three references to Dr. Steve Parker (scjp@umich.edu). Review of applications will begin immediately. Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Fellow at the intersection of Regulatory Genomics and Statistical Genetics in the laboratory of Dr. Steve Parker in the Departments of Computational Medicine & Bioinformatics and Human Genetics at the University of Michigan Medical School. The major goal of the lab is to generate mechanistic knowledge about how disease susceptibility is encoded in the non-coding portion of the genome (from GWAS), with a focus on diabetes and related traits. We accomplish this through a


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