Faculty/postdoc job opportunities in genomics across Johns Hopkins

It’s pretty exciting to be in genomics at Hopkins right now with three new Bloomberg professors in genomics areas, a ton of stellar junior faculty, and a really fun group of students/postdocs. If you want to get in on the action here is a non-comprehensive list of great opportunities.

Faculty Jobs

Job: Multiple tenure track faculty positions in all areas including in genomics

Department:  Biostatistics

To apply: http://www.jhsph.edu/departments/biostatistics/_docs/faculty-ad-2016-combined-large-final.pdf

Deadline: Review ongoing

Job: Tenure track position in data intensive biology

Department:  Biology

To applyhttp://apply.interfolio.com/31146

Deadline: Nov 1st and ongoing

Job: Tenure track positions in bioinformatics, with focus on proteomics or sequencing data analysis

Department:  Oncology Biostatistics

To applyhttps://www.research-it.onc.jhmi.edu/DBB/PhD_Statistician.pdf

Deadline: Review ongoing

 

Postdoc Jobs

Job: Postdoc(s) in statistical methods/software development for RNA-seq

Employer:  Jeff Leek

To apply: email Jeff (http://jtleek.com/jobs/)

Deadline: Review ongoing

Job: Data scientist for integrative genomics in the human brain (MS/PhD)

Employer:  Andrew Jaffe

To apply: email Andrew (http://www.aejaffe.com/jobs.html)

Deadline: Review ongoing

Job: Research associate for genomic data processing and analysis (BA+)

Employer:  Andrew Jaffe

To apply: email Andrew (http://www.aejaffe.com/jobs.html)

Deadline: Review ongoing

Job: PhD developing scalable software and algorithms for analyzing sequencing data

Employer:  Ben Langmead

To apply:  http://www.cs.jhu.edu/graduate-studies/phd-program/

Deadline: See site

Job: Postdoctoral researcher developing scalable software and algorithms for analyzing sequencing data

Employer:  Ben Langmead

To apply:  email Ben (http://www.langmead-lab.org/open-positions/)

Deadline: Review ongoing

Job: Postdoctoral researcher developing algorithms for challenging problems in large-scale genomics whole-genome assenbly, RNA-seq analysis, and microbiome analysis

Employer:  Steven Salzberg

To apply:  email Steven (http://salzberg-lab.org/)

Deadline: Review ongoing

Job: Research associate for genomic data processing and analysis (BA+) in cancer

Employer:  Luigi Marchionni (with Don Geman)

To apply:  email Luigi (http://luigimarchionni.org/)

Deadline: Review ongoing

Job: Postdoctoral researcher developing algorithms for biomarkers development and precision medicine application in cancer

Employer:  Luigi Marchionni (with Don Geman)

To apply:  email Luigi (http://luigimarchionni.org/)

Deadline: Review ongoing

Job:Postdoctoral researcher developing methods in machine learning, genomics, and regulatory variation

Employer:  Alexis Battle

To apply:  email Alexis (http://battlelab.jhu.edu/join_us.html)

Deadline: Review ongoing

Job: Postdoctoral fellow with interests in biomarker discovery for Alzheimer’s disease

Employer:  Madhav Thambisetty / Ingo Ruczinski

To apply:  http://www.alzforum.org/jobs/postdoctoral-research-fellow-alzheimers-disease-biomarkers

Deadline: Review ongoing

Job: Postdoctoral positions for research in the interface of statistical genetics, precision medicine and big data

Employer:  Nilanjan Chatterjee

To apply:  http://www.jhsph.edu/departments/biostatistics/_docs/postdoc-ad-chatterjee.pdf

Deadline: Review ongoing

Job: Postdoctoral research developing algorithms and software for time course pattern detection in genomics data

Employer:  Elana Fertig

To apply:  email Elana (ejfertig@jhmi.edu)

Deadline: Review ongoing

Job: Postdoctoral fellow to develop novel methods for large-scale DNA and RNA sequence analysis related to human and/or plant genetics, such as developing methods for discovering structural variations in cancer or for assembling and analyzing large complex plant genomes.

Employer:  Mike Schatz

To apply:  email Mike (http://schatzlab.cshl.edu/apply/)

Deadline: Review ongoing

Students

We are all always on the hunt for good Ph.D. students. At Hopkins students are admitted to specific departments. So if you find a faculty member you want to work with, you can apply to their department. Here are the application details for the various departments admitting students to work on genomics: https://ccb.jhu.edu/students.shtml

 

 

 

 
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