The Genetic Method Development Postdoctoral Research Scientist will be responsible for developing methods to study a variety of omics data to elucidate the genetic epidemiology of complex traits. These methods will include those to perform fine mapping, detect associations, pleiotropy, and interactions. S/he will be involved in developing software to implement these methods and fully evaluate their type I error and power. S/he will apply the methods to study a variety of complex traits which include but not limited to Alzheimer’s disease, age-related hearing impairment, tinnitus, type 2 diabetes, obesity, and asthma.
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