Two postdocs at Harvard Med school ~ Bioblogia.net

17 de agosto de 2012

Two postdocs at Harvard Med school

Open post-doctoral position #1: Learning about history using genetic data

We are searching for a highly motivated post-doctoral researcher to join
our group.

The successful candidate will have exceedingly strong statistical /
mathematical / computational skills, and an interest in history. While a
background in population genetics, bioinformatics or experimental
biology is advantageous, it is not necessary. Our lab has the resources
to not only analyze large public data sets, but also has access to some
of the world's best new genetic data, whether generated by collaborators
or in our own laboratory. Possible projects are:
. Studying human history using data from present-day populations.
. Studying human history using ancient DNA
. Studying the process of speciation using genetic data

Description of projects in our lab, as well as papers we have recently
published, is provided at
http://genetics.med.harvard.edu/reichlab/Reich_Lab/Welcome.html.

The position will be jointly supervised by Drs. David Reich and Nick
Patterson, and will involve work at both Harvard Medical School and the
Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT.

Please write to reich@genetics.med.harvard.edu by October 31 2012 if you
are interested.



*Open post-doctoral position #2: Ancient DNA

We are building an ancient DNA laboratory focusing on studying human
population movements since the end of the last ice age, and are looking
for a post-doctoral researcher with appropriate experience and interests
to work in this area.

The successful candidate will have previous experience in a world class
ancient DNA laboratory, as well as analytical and computer skills that
allow exploration of large and complex genetic data sets.

Description of additional projects in our lab, as well as papers we have
recently published, is provided at
http://genetics.med.harvard.edu/reichlab/Reich_Lab/Welcome.html.

The position will be supervised by Dr. David Reich and will involve work
at both Harvard Medical School and the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT.

Please write to reich@genetics.med.harvard.edu by October 31 2012 if you
are interested.



David Reich <reich@genetics.med.harvard.edu>

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