Applicants must hold a Ph.D. degree in mathematics, statistics, computer science, biology, or related fields by the time of the appointment starts. Applicants should also have a strong interest and motivation in interdisciplinary research. Candidates must show proficiency in English writing and speaking.
Experience and knowledge in mathematical modeling and computer programming are highly appreciated. Excellent programming skills with multiple programming languages and computational environments is preferred, including UNIX-style operating systems (e.g., Linux), command line interfaces, R, perl/python, BASH, Matlab, or similar. Applicants with experience working with ENCODE, GWAS, GTEx, 1000 Genomes, or single cell genomics data are preferred.