A postdoctoral position is available on the five year MRC funded project titled ‘From genetic sequence to phenotypic consequence: genetic and environmental links between cognitive ability, socioeconomic position, and health’. The duties of the candidate will focus on using and developing statistical genetic tools using genome wide association study (GWAS) data. The goal of the project is the further elucidation of the genetic architecture of cognitive and socioeconomic traits, their relationship with neuroimaging and health outcomes, optimising risk prediction, and understanding biology. The RA will work under the supervision of the project Principal Investigator (PI) Dr W. David Hill.
Applicants should have (or nearly have) a PhD in statistical genetics, computational biology, or a related quantitative and/or computational field. Experience in genomic data management, the analysis of genetic data, and of working with largescale
datasets would also be advantageous. The postdoc will work within the Psychology Department of PPLS.
More information and applications via:
Informal enquiries to David Hill, firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 5.00 pm on Thursday 29/06/2020.