We have an exciting PhD opportunity at Cardiff University to study ADHD in females using child population cohort data. Please can you share the details below:
Topic: Understanding potential reasons for delayed ADHD diagnosis in females
Application deadline: Sept 16th 2022
Start date: Jan 2023
Supervisors: Dr Joanna Martin, Dr Kate Langley, Prof Anita Thapar, Dr Mark Taylor
For any questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: New York, NY (Remote and Hybrid also available)
Description: Seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow to take a leadership role in two NIH-funded studies involving polygenic risk scores and other statistical/ computational genomics approaches. One grant focuses on cognitive genomics and its relationship to psychopathology. The other grant examines polygenic embryo screening. Additional opportunities to collaborate on several inter-related projects as part of the Ashkenazi Genome Consortium, as well as schizophrenia-related projects (including pharmacogenetics and cognitive/imaging genetics) as part of the Zucker Hillside Hospital schizophrenia research program.
Position will be funded for 2-4 years with salary and benefits competitive with industry and commensurate with experience. Postdoctoral fellows at the Zucker Hillside Hospital are mentored to develop into independent investigators; our department has a strong track record in obtaining competitive funding for our fellows and junior investigators, including NIH K awards and Brain & Behavior Research Foundation (NARSAD) Young Investigator Awards.
Requirements: Minimum Qualifications: PhD in a discipline relevant to statistical genetics
• Experience with GWAS datasets and pipelines
• Experience with sequence/exome/whole-genome data is a plus
• Bioinformatics and relevant programming experience
• Strong publication track record
Contact: To apply, please send a cover letter, CV and contact information for 3 references to Todd Lencz, Ph.D. (email@example.com).
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