Job: Postdoc and PhD student with statistics/analytics training at UNC Charlotte, NC, USA
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6 months ago by
bigmawen270
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bigmawen270 wrote:

UNC Charlotte Dept. of Bioinformatics is seeking new members as postdoc researchers and PhD students. The incumbent will work on big data integration and analysis, methodology development, and contribute to a range of challenging and important research projects in biomedicine.

We integrate and analyze a variety of big data sets from biomedical research & applications. And we develop statistical/analytical methods, and implement them into software packages or web servers. Some of them are widely used by tens of thousands of scientists over the world:
https://bioconductor.org/packages/pathview/
https://bioconductor.org/packages/gage/
https://pathview.uncc.edu/

We apply big data and advanced analytics to solve important and complex problems in biomedicine. For example, we recently were working on autism, a complex brain disorder, using big data + novel analytics approach
http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/4/4/e1701799.full

Technical skills:
Solid statistics/analytical training
R or Python
Unix/Linux shell
R package (or software) development is a plus
Machine learning is a plus

Other qualifications:
Genuine interest in research and analytics
(For postdocs) Proven research/development experience, publication records

Education:
Bachelor or advanced degree in statistics/biostats/applied math, computer science, bioinformatics or related fields.

Salary and benefits:
Competitive package including stipend, tuition, medical insurance and benefits, visa sponsorship

Start Date:
As soon as possible

*Application:
Please send a resume/CV, and the names of 2-3 references to: weijun.luo[AT]uncc.edu

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