A postdoctoral position is available in the Hannenhalli lab within the Laboratory of Cancer Data Science, National Cancer Institute, to participate in a variety of projects investigating cellular heterogeneity and function in the tumor microenvironment. One of these projects is a collaborative study with Bosselut lab to study tumor infiltrating CD4+ T cell heterogeneity and function, based in single cell RNA-seq, single cell ATAC, ChIP-seq, spatial transcriptomics, and TCR repertoire sequencing. Research projects will be chosen based on the applicant’s interests, and postdocs are actively encouraged to develop their project of interest as well. Cancer Data Science lab is a large, active and highly supportive niche for training in cancer data science.
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Applicants should have (or be within a few months of obtaining) a PhD (within last 5 years) in a computationally oriented field (Computer Science, Applied Math, Physics), with a strong interest in biology, and strong experience and track record in large omics data analysis; experience with single cell omics a big plus. Applicant must be interested in conducting an independent research project in a team setting.
Interested candidates should submit a short statement of research interests, a CV, including a list of publications, and the name of three references to:
Cancer Data Science Lab, NCI