The Center for Human Genetics at Clemson University invites applications for a postdoctoral position as part of the European Commission-funded PrecisionTox consortium, which encompasses collaboration between 15 institutions in Europe and the United States. This European-funded project seeks to identify biomarkers predictive of chemically induced adverse health effects in humans via the systematic use of distantly related animal species from across the tree of life and the highly interdisciplinary mix of genomics, metabolomics, evolutionary theory, quantitative genetics, data science, and toxicology. Within this project, our group focuses on allelic variants and genetic networks that determine variation in
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