[BioC] JOB: Research Associate at Texas A&M

Marina Vannucci mvannucci at stat.tamu.edu
Sun Mar 13 23:48:32 CET 2005

Dear All,

hope this is of interest to some of you: the Center for Environmental and
Rural Health at Texas A&M is seeking candidates for a position of Research
Associate in Bioinformatics. The official ad will be posted on the Dept of
Stats webpage at Texas A&M as soon as the formal paperwork is completed. I
am attaching below a copy of it so that interested people can start to
contact me as soon as possible. I will appreciate if you could help me in
distributing this to potential candidates.

Best wishes,
Marina Vannucci

--------------------- AD ---------------
Research Associate in Bioinformatics

The Center for Environmental and Rural Health (CERH) at Texas A&M
University is seeking an individual who has the expertise to assist Center
investigators in the statistical and bioinformatic analysis of large
datasets obtained from various high-throughtput studies. Principal duties
and responsabilities will include performing standard statistical analyses
on gene expression datasets, such as ANOVA and clustering algorithms.
Experience with statistical software such as Splus or R and with
bioinformatic packages such as Bioconductor and Genespring will be
preferable. The person will be expected to quickly become familiar with
pathway analysis methods and with maintaining related data bases for major
research projects. Additional training opportunities will be provided.

The successful candidate will work under the supervision of a Ph.D.
statistician and will have an office located in the Statistics department.
Minimum education requirement is a Master in statistics or biostatistics.
Significant experience with computer programming is preferable. Salary and
benefits will be commensurate with the experience of the candidate.

Texas A&M University has an active and expanding interdisciplinary
research and educational program in bioinformatics. The Statistics
department houses a training program in Bioinformatics, funded by NCI,
that contributes to a very active and stimulating environment.

Texas A&M University is an equal opportunity employer. Men and women of
diverse racial/ethnic backgrounds and cultures are encouraged to apply.

Please email curriculum vitae and a statement of career interests to:

Marina Vannucci
Chair, Search Committee
Texas A&M University
3143 TAMU
College Station
TX 77843-3143
mvannucci at stat.tamu.edu

For more information on the department of Statistics please visit
http://stat.tamu.edu, and for information on the CERH visit

Marina Vannucci
Associate Professor
Department of Statistics
Texas A&M University
TAMU 3143
College Station
TX 77843-3143

Phone:  +1-979-845-3164
Fax:    +1-979-845-3144
URL: http://stat.tamu.edu/~mvannucci/

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