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Job: Postdoctoral Fellow in Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology
... JOB TITLE: [**Postdoctoral Fellow in Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology**][1] LOCATION: Geisinger Medical Center Hospital DEPARTMENT: Research WORK SCHEDULE: Days WORK TYPE: Full Time HIRING MANAGER: Vishal Mehra **RESEARCH GOAL:** To utilize advanced imaging technology, clinical phenotyp ...
exome bioinformatics ehr job sequencing written 5 months ago by Rm7.8k
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Job: Postdoctoral Research Position in Neuroimaging and Genomics of Addiction
... **JOB TITLE: Postdoctoral Fellow** **LOCATION:** Autism Dev Med Institute - Lewisburg **DEPARTMENT:** Research **WORK SCHEDULE**: Days **WORK TYPE:** Full Time **Postdoctoral Research Position in Neuroimaging and Genomics of Addiction** **[Dr. Vanessa Troiani][1]** is seeking an outst ...
bioinformatics job genomics neuroimaging written 6 months ago by Rm7.8k
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Comment: C: Search for gene variants
... Pubmed is one of the best options, my intention was to alternate ways we often quickly search for variants reported (maybe by chromosome: position, by transcripts etc... ...
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Comment: C: Search for gene variants
... Well said @DevonRyan ...
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Comment: C: Search for gene variants
... Most of the novel variants are not YET reported in dbSNP or EnsEMBL etc. I believe Google is a good alternative to look for recent reports of publications ...
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Comment: C: Google search for gene variants
... it's a simple and straightforward: how we search for a variant : "MSH6" ( rs63750617 | "c.3226C>T" | "c.3226C->T" | "c.3226C-->T" | "c.3226C/T" | "p.Arg1076Cys" | "Arg1076Cys" | "R1076C" ) is the query and link will take you to the result in google (google is just one way). Where we can lo ...
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Comment: C: Google search for gene variants
... alternate ways we fellow researchers search for variants ...
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Forum: Search for gene variants
... Biologists and clinicians are often faced with searching the literature for a set of given gene variants. There are a number of possible routes they could take, from using specialized databases (odd are they don't know about these) to simply using google. What are the common ways that you search for ...
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Comment: C: PRSice: Imputation and clumping
... PRSice has its google group for quick answers https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/prsice ...
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Comment: C: Is there an API for querying the Exac database?
... looks like [http://exac.hms.harvard.edu/][1] is down for quite some time [1]: http://exac.hms.harvard.edu/ ...
written 9 months ago by Rm7.8k

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