We are looking for motivated computational scientists to join us! Ideal candidates typically have a background in statistics, computational biology or a related quantitative field. All positions are being jointly recruited with collaborating labs and will involve frequent interaction with biologists, clinicians, statisticians and other quantitative scientists.
Post-doc - Statistical epigenomics (joint with Alex Meissner's lab)
Our current efforts are centered on epigenetic regulation in embryonic development and cancer, with a major focus on the development of single-cell assays and analysis tools. More details and application.
Post-doc - Studies of intra-tumor heterogeneity (joint with Leif Ellisen's lab)
Working closely with the breast cancer service at MGH, we are applying single-cell analysis methods to studies of clinical tumor samples with the goal of understanding the architecture and clinical consequences of intra-tumor heterogeneity. More details and application.
Bioinformatics staff scientist - Epigenomics (joint with Brad Bernstein's lab)
Primary responsibilities will include developing bioinformatics workflows and performing collaborative analysis with a diverse group of pre- and post-doctoral biologists in the Bernstein lab. The Bernstein lab conducts research on a wide range of questions related to epigenetic dysregulation in cancer and development. More details and application.