Jennifer McGrath, and Jamie Engert are offering a two-year post-doc in Applied Computational Genomics and Preventive Health. The focus is how airborne nicotine affects smoking initiation among children and adolescents. Great opportunity in research at the crossroads of statistical genetics, environmental exposure, and child health.
More information on the position and how to apply in the following pdf: https://goo.gl/IQyaB9
The Behavior Genetics of Addiction (BGA) Laboratory in the Department of Psychology at Emory University is recruiting a Masters-level Data Scientist/Lab Coordinator. The BGA conducts a number of studies to determine the role of genetic and environmental factors on the development of alcohol and other substance use disorders and related psychopathology.
Congratulations to the following people who were awarded at the BGA 2016 meeting!
- Rowe Award: Milana Smolkina
- Thompson Award: Robert Maier
- Fuller-Scott Award: Sara Hart
- Fulker Award: Daniel Briley
- Dobzhansky Award: Jaakko Kaprio
- Shields Award: John Hewitt
Great summer course in statistical genetics from 6 to 17 February 2017, organized by Peter Visscher et al in Brisbane. Find more information here!
A post-doc position is available with the Washington State Twin Registry.
We are seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow in the newly formed Center for Behavior Genetics of Aging in the University of California, San Diego Department of Psychiatry. If interested, contact Bill Kremen, email email@example.com.
Postdoc in Behavior Genetics, University of New England, Australia
The University of New England (UNE) in Armidale, Australia, is inviting nominations for 3-year postdocs, 2017 – 2019.
Position Title: Biostatistician / Senior Analyst
The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) seeks a Biostatistician/Senior Analyst to join its team of staff who work on the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study.
The EDGE (Examining Development, Genes, and Environments) Laboratory in the Departments of Psychology and African American Studies at Virginia Commonwealth University is recruiting a non-tenure track Research Associate (Instructor Rank). The purpose of this position will be to play a leadership role in the scientific management of a large portfolio of research projects, all of which have the broad goal of understanding how genetic and environmental influences contribute to the development of patterns of alcohol use and related behaviors, such as conduct problems and depression.
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