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Biomedical Informatics Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Position at Mayo Clinic

From: Pathak, Jyotishman, Ph.D. <Pathak.Jyotishman@mayo.edu>
Date: Fri, 26 Nov 2010 14:04:49 -0600
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Postdoctoral Position ­ Biomedical informatics

Investigator: Christopher Chute, M.D., Dr. PH., Professor of Medical

Mayo Clinic is a world-class health care organization with cutting-edge
genetic research programs. The Division of Biomedical Statistics and
Informatics (BSI) employs more than 280 experts in biostatistics,
bioinformatics, and clinical informatics. Our scientists work
collaboratively with basic and clinical researchers, providing analytical
and interpretative expertise to enable or validate discoveries with high
impact on patient care. BSI also leads in the development of statistical and
informatics methodologies to provide novel approaches to analyze biomedical

The Division of Biomedical Statistics and Informatics in the Department of
Health Sciences Research, Mayo Clinic (http://www.mayo.edu) in Rochester,
Minnesota (http://www.macc-rochester.com) is looking for a Post-doctoral
research fellow who can commit two to three years to help support the goals
and objectives of the Pharmacogenomics Research Network (PGRN) ontology
Candidates must have a PhD degree in medical informatics, computer science,
pharmacogenomics, or a related field. Curriculum in and/or experience with
standardized terminologies, metadata, and related technologies as well as
experience in programming and software development will be necessary for
this opportunity.  The candidate interested in this position must be highly
motivated, willing to learn and demonstrate initiative in assigned tasks.
Strong oral and written communication skills are crucial.
Preferred requirements for this position include a curriculum in and/or
experience with pharmacology, genetics, semantic web, and/or high throughput
sequencing.  Experience with Java, Python, PHP, and/or Perl is desirable, as
is knowledge of terminology/ontology tools such as Protégé.
The position is available immediately and can be renewed annually.

Salary & Benefits: 
Mayo Clinic is a not-for-profit organization that integrates research with
clinical practices and education in a multi-campus environment. Mayo Clinic
offers an attractive benefit package. For salary information (starting
salary and salary range), contact the Research Temporary Professional
Personnel Office at researchtp@mayo.edu or call 507-266-1362. Please specify
that this is a Bioinformatics Post-doctoral research fellow position.

How to apply: 
Applications, including curriculum vitae and bibliography, summary of past
accomplishments, and the names and email addresses of three references,
should be sent to:
Matt Durski        
Mayo Clinic in Minnesota
200 First Street SW
Rochester, MN U.S.A. 55905
Email: durski.matthew@mayo.edu
Phone Number: 507-284-3132
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