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PhD studentship at Cardiff University

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

Details: https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/understanding-potential-reasons-for-delayed-adhd-diagnosis-in-females/?p144912

For any questions, please contact: martinjm1@cardiff.ac.uk

Postdoctoral Scientist - Feinstein Institute for Medical Research / Zucker Hillside Hospital

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

Desired Qualifications:
•    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. (tlencz@northwell.edu).

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