Our lab is primarily focused on the study of cardiovascular disease genetics. Our lab uses a variety of approaches to yield biological insight into the underlying causes of cardiovascular disease. These approaches include the development of new statistical analysis methods, collection of new genetic data, meta-analysis across cohorts, and the downstream analysis of existing GWAS data.
- Responsible for performing statistical genetics including the statistical analyses for large, complex datasets. Analysts in our lab have proficiency in a related programming language (R, python, C++, etc.) and will be involved in analyzing large, complex genetic datasets.
- Works directly with the PI to develop and implement the research plan and development of research goals.
- Responsible for conduct and support of research projects functioning as a specialist on one or more phases of the project(s); Works with the PI to develop the necessary models for analyzing data. Function as subject specialist, needing little direction or review of work.
- Expected to write portions of research proposals or manuscripts. Expected to act as a liaison with external collaborators to acquire data and share research information.
- Expected to make formal presentations of research findings.
- Expected to take a leadership position and make decisions about the direction of the research work.
Bachelor’s Degree is required. 4-5 years of experience in a related field.
Doctoral Degree in field of expertise or Master’s Degree and equivalent experience.
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