Duties will also include writing and preparing manuscripts for scientific publication; making presentations at local, regional and national levels; and supervising and training students and staff in a collaborative fashion within the laboratory.
There will also be opportunities to discover and prioritize clinically relevant mutations identified from WGS and WES of large-scale, well-characterized cohorts and leverage longitudinal multi-omics datasets to classify patients and disease subtypes.
Candidates must have a PhD or MD degree before the start date. Previous experience in the following methodologies is favorable, but not required: molecular biology, microscopy, mouse work, and analysis of high-throughput data.
The position will administer all aspects of a distributed computer system supporting a specified functional area of university operations, including planning and coordinating system utilization, system upgrades, system security, and performing growth analysis and capacity planning.
The duties of the position will include: transitioning the current research data set from Qualtrics to the new Educational Data Warehouse, review of newly created procedures / algorithms for scoring study questionnaires.