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Postdoctoral research position in genetic epidemiology using electronic health record data sets

Internal Medicine/Biomedical informatics

The Mosley lab is looking for a motivated post-doc interested in using genetic approaches in conjunction with large data sets such as electronic health record (EHR)-linked DNA biobanks and epidemiological cohorts. In particular, we are interested in developing approaches and applications that use common genetic variation to guide clinical practice.

Post-doctoral candidates should have completed a M.D., PhD or similar degree with training or experience in complex disease genetics or a related discipline. The ideal candidate would have experience with genetic methods related to studying complex genetic phenotypes and a clinical or biological background. 

Desired skills include:
(1) An understanding of genetic epidemiological approaches.
(2) An ability to analyze and work with large data sets within a Linux environment.
(3) Phenotype development and validation using de-identified medical records.
(4) Polygenic approaches such as risk scores.

 

Interested applicants should forward a cover letter describing research interests, CV, training grant eligibility and contact information for professional references to Jonathan Mosley.

Jonathan D. Mosley, M.D., Ph.D.
Department of Medicine, Division of Clinical Pharmacology
Department of Biomedical Informatics
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Nashville, TN

Jonathan Mosley, MD, PhD
: jonathan.d.mosley@vumc.org
: (615) 875-2965
2020-05-28 10:32:29

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