Department of Pediatrics
Hematology/Oncology Research Instructor #1010422
We are looking for an experienced bioinformatics scientist to support work on federally funded research projects investigating unique aspects of von Willebrand disease and platelet disorders. The position is funded by the Division of Pediatric Hematology Oncology, but the candidate will be located within the bioinformatics core of the Genome Technology Access Center at the McDonnell Genome Institute. As 50 % of the time this individual will be dedicated to these federally funded projects, the rest of the time will be focused on gene discovery and complex genomic analysis of diseases of the blood. Additionally, this individual will supervise 2 positions associated with these projects. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to; the mentoring of post-doctoral research fellows, residents, graduate students and undergraduates that enter the laboratory, data oversight and the maintenance of laboratory notebooks, reagents and archives.
Ph.D. or M.D., Ph.D
No end date
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