We are seeking to fill a position to serve as the analyst for the laboratory of Dr. Patrick Sullivan within the UNC Department of Genetics and the UNC Center for Psychiatric Genomics. This position will focus on analysis related to the genetics of psychiatric disorders and pharmacology of various drugs in order to discover genetic markers for psychiatric disorders and identifying potential predisposition to specific drug side effects. This well-funded lab has access to multiple novel data types.
Congratulations to the following people who were awarded at the BGA 2015 meeting!
- Rowe Award: Megan Flom
- Thompson Award: Baptiste Couvy-Duchesne
- Fuller-Scott Award: Paige Harden and Elliott Tucker-Drobb
- Fulker Award: Lindon Eaves
- Dobzhansky Award: Hill Goldsmith
- FABBS Early Career Award: Brian d’Onofrio
- Shields Award: Juko Ando
AncestryHealth (www.AncestryHealth.com) is seeking a motivated, collaborative and talented computational biologist with experience in the analysis of clinical and genomic data. Working with a nimble team of geneticists, statisticians, computer scientists and epidemiologists, the Clinical Genomics Scientist will invent algorithms and methods to interpret our singular data set of genotypes, pedigrees and phenotypes. We are seeking applicants who are eager to develop novel ways to extract actionable and accurate clinical genomics discoveries for consumers.
AncestryHealth (www.AncestryHealth.com) is seeking a self-starting scientist to define and build a corpus of clinical data that will maximize the value of our genomics, pedigree and self-reported phenotype data. Working with a nimble team of geneticists, statisticians, computer scientists and clinical genomics specialists, the Epidemiologist will create consumer-facing health reports and help design data collection protocols that will maximize the research value of our data now and in the future. We are looking for a collaborative, visionary and dedicated individual eager to create novel resources for clinical and public health research.
Postdoctoral project: The project will utilize an extensive material collected from a number of health studies in Norway, including the Cohort of Norway (CONOR) and the national twin study. We will use family design to study how drinking patterns and risk of cardiovascular disease has a familial aggregation.