The Genome Institute of Singapore (http://www.gis.a-star.edu.sg) is
looking for statisticians who are interested in a wide range
of biomedical problems. We are especially interested in hearing from senior researchers interested in leading their own groups.
The GIS is a well-funded research institute engaged in the study of
molecular biology using technologies that allow biological
systems to be interrogated on a genome-wide scale. Technology platforms include microarrays, FTMS/proteomics, sequencing
and genotyping. Biological domains include cancer, infectious disease, pharmacology, cell signaling, stem cell biology, population
and human genetics, renal and liver diseases, and comparative biology.
Statisticians working at the GIS are expected to perform high-quality
research on methodological issues arising from the analysis
of data generated by the above (and other) platforms, as well as to participate in biological research using them. How time is
divided between these depends on individual interests and abilities.
We particularly welcome individuals interested in the analysis of gene
expression and in statistical genetics. While experience
working with genomic data is an advantage, we also welcome talented and enthusiastic people who wish to develop their
careers in this field.
To apply, please send a CV and a cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org.