This Staff Associate will work at the Sergievsky Center/Taub Institute in family-based and case-control studies of memory, aging and Alzheimer’s disease among racially and ethnically diverse older adults. The incumbent with a computational science background will process and analyze a variety of genomic data generated on these study participants including whole exome and whole genome sequencing data, genotyping array data and RNA seq data. The candidate will conduct bioinformatics analyses of genomic data under the supervision of Dr. Reitz. Supervision will include design and conduct of the data analysis, and drafting of the scientific manuscripts. The candidate will conduct bioinformatics analyses of genomic data under the supervision of Dr. Reitz. Supervision will include design and conduct of the data analysis, and drafting of the scientific manuscripts.
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