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Join Chris Sander’s group as a postdoc at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s cBio Center in Data Sciences or at Harvard Medical School. We are a dynamic group of scientists who aim to make scientific discoveries in basic biology and to help cure and prevent cancer. On computers, in the lab and in collaboration with clinicians. Work with us on:
Join a highly interactive team of postdocs, graduate students and software engineers. Work on algorithms and computational analysis or on combination therapy in the wet lab. Collaborate with others and lead a project. Connect to the Ludwig Center at Harvard, the Department of Immunology and the Broad Institute. Hone your skills to contribute to basic and translational sciences.
You have a PhD or equivalent in biology, medicine, mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry or engineering. You are excited about developing and applying computational biology algorithms and analyzing complex data. Your appointment will be in the Department of Data Sciences at Dana-Farber or the Department of Cell Biology at Harvard Medical School. Please submit CV, bibliography, brief statement of research interests and names of 3 references to https://careers-dfci.icims.com/jobs/3424/postdoc-in-quantitative-biology-at-dana-farber-and-harvard/job. Then pack your bags and spend a few years doing productive research in computational and systems biology in the Silicon Valley of the life sciences: Boston, Massachusetts. Science for peace and research for a better quality of life.
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