|Salary:||The starting salary will be from £31,411 on Grade (E), depending on qualifications and experience.|
|Placed On:||27th January 2023|
|Closes:||9th February 2023|
This full-time post is available immediately until the 30th of January 2025.
We are seeking an enthusiastic postdoctoral researchers with a background in bioinformatics, computational biology or data science to join a world-leading team of researchers to study the genetic basis of diabetes and related conditions.
You will be working with Professor Michael Weedon and Dr Kashyap Patel in the world leading department of genomic medicine to understand the impact of rare genetic variants on risk of diabetes and related disorders using extremely large-scale cohorts. The position will involve analysis of exome and genome sequence data, SNP array data and clinical data. You will work collaboratively with a world leading team of bioinformaticians, molecular geneticists and clinicians working in monogenic diabetes and polygenic diabetes.
What we can offer you
The University of Exeter
We are a member of the prestigious Russell Group of research-intensive universities and in the top 150 universities in the world (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022 and QS World University Ranking 2022).
Our research income in recent years means we’re the fastest growing UK Research University with some of the world’s most influential scientists, and we seek to answer some of the most fundamental issues facing humankind today through this. More than 99% of our research is of international quality and our world-leading research impact is growing faster than any other Russell Group university (2021 Research Excellence Framework). We encourage proactive engagement with industry, business and community partners to enhance the impact of research and education and improve the employability of our students. Read about our world leading research – Green Futures and how we are transforming education for a changing world. We are located in a beautiful part of the country and Exeter (a fast growing tech hub) is one of only a few UK cities to have been designated as a UNESCO Creative City.
For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Dr Michael Weedon, M.N.Weedon@exeter.ac.uk; 07749674355 or Dr Kash Patel, K.A.Patel@exeter.ac.uk; 07984165841.
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