The Siteman Cancer Center's Multiplexed Gene Analysis core is seeking a recent PhD in Biostatistics or Statistics as a post-doctoral student working on 'Gene Chip Bioinformatic' projects. Position will include working with biomedical researchers designing studies, analyzing microarry (Gene Chip) data, developing and validating new computational data analysis techniques, and designing and programming computational data analysis algorithms for bioinformatics.
Candidates must possess the following qualifications:
1. Advanced statistical computing including SAS, S-Plus, UNIX, and a higher level programming language (C, C++, or FORTRAN).
2. Experience as indicated by publications and dissertation in the area of statistical cluster and classification analysis, or machine learning.
Candidates without peer-reviewed publications and demonstrated ADVANCED COMPUTING skills will not be considered.
Interested candidates should look at http://ilya.wustl.edu/~shannon for links to the Siteman cancer Center, Multiplexed Gene Analysis Core, and Washington University.
To apply mail a cover letter, CV, reprints, copy of Dissertation Abstract and Introduction, and names of three academic references to:
William D. Shannon, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Biostatistics in Medicine
Washington University School of Medicine
Campus Box 8005, 660
S. Euclid St. Louis, MO 63110