A postdoctoral research fellow position is available to study genomics of multiple myeloma in the research laboratories of Drs. Linda Baughn, Shaji Kumar and Vincent Rajkumar at Mayo Clinic. This position will include analysis of data obtained from whole genome mate pair sequencing, genome wide association studies, fluorescence in situ hybridization and DNA methylation studies from patients with multiple myeloma. The information will be used to identify novel diagnostic and therapeutic approaches in patients with multiple myeloma. This researcher will work independently and as a member of a team of other translational and clinical researchers and should have experience analyzing large NGS datasets using computational programs such as R. The researcher will also present their findings at national meetings and write manuscripts for publication.
A Research Fellow at Mayo Clinic is a temporary position intended to provide training and education in research. Individuals will train in the research program of a Mayo Clinic principal investigator. Qualified individuals will demonstrate the potential for research as evidenced by their training and peer-reviewed publications and should become competitive for national research grants. Proof of English proficiency is required for J-1 Short-Term Scholars, Research Scholars, Professors, Specialists, and Student Interns sponsored by Mayo Clinic. Please attach the following required documents at the time of application. 800146; J2WRTP
Must have a Ph.D., M.D., or equivalent doctoral degree in a field deemed relevant by the program. Research Fellow is appropriate for individuals who have completed no more than one prior postdoctoral fellowship, at Mayo Clinic or elsewhere.
Qualified candidates will demonstrate the potential for research as evidenced by their training and peer-reviewed publications and should become competitive for national research grants. Proof of English proficiency is required. Knowledge and experience with human genetics, preferably knowledge of multiple myeloma is preferred, although not required.