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Bioinformatics position at Human and Molecular Genetics Center (HMGC) Medical College of Wisconsin

Posting this for an old colleague of mine from my PhD days.  I can’t believe I have colleagues that date back to 1995…

Enquiries about the position to:

Liz Worthy, Senior Staff Scientist at the HGMC (eworthey@mcw.edu)

A Postdoctoral position is now open within the Human and Molecular Genetics Center (HMGC) at the Medical College of Wisconsin (http://www.mcw.edu/HMGC.htm). HMGC scientists work at the interface of genomics, bioinformatics, and clinical research using genomic approaches to understand disease, and translating this information from the laboratory bench to patients in our affiliated hospitals. The centers close affiliation with clinicians and researchers at nationally and internationally acclaimed medical centers and universities provides our researchers with a unique opportunity to impact patient care. Diseases under study are varied and include: end stage renal disease, hypertension, insulindependent diabetes mellitus, acute liver failure, neurocognitive disabilities, cancer, cystic fibrosis, metabolic syndrome, hereditary cataracts, myocardial infarction and various cardiac malformations. A variety of core resources exist within the HMGC including: Bioinformatics, High-throughput sequencing, Genotyping, Microarray, Proteomics, Gene Therapy, and Transgenics. The HMGC consists of 28.

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