Instructor in Medicine
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Center for Life Science
Cardiology, CLSB, 17th FLoor
3 Blackfan Circle
Boston MA 02115
Available: 11/16/20, Expires: 10/01/21
The Center for Interdisciplinary Cardiovascular Sciences (CICS) at Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School is located in the Center for Life Sciences Boston at 3 Blackfan Street (https://cics.bwh.harvard.edu). CICS is at the forefront of cardiovascular disease research with more than 30 peer-reviewed publications in the last two years alone. We comprise a community of researchers with diverse clinical and basic research backgrounds including molecular biology, biochemistry, engineering, physics, and mathematics. A mainstay of CICS is the Proteomics Group headed by Dr. Sasha Singh. All research projects at CICS are supported by mass spectrometry-enabled proteomics and metabolomics. We are therefore looking for a student that is skilled at or developing skills for the computational sciences, such as bioinformatics, to join the Proteomics Group.
In particular, the candidate will provide computational support on a recently matured cardiovascular proteomics project. CICS is equipped with multiple bioinformatics software that will facilitate the candidate’s work. Dr. Singh will dedicate significant time to train and mentor the candidate through the project, but the candidate is also expected to develop an autonomous work ethic.
CICS is committed to providing a fulfilling research experience that also includes a safe and COVID-compliant environment. We therefore expect the candidate to work onsite as needed. A completely remote training period is not conducive to the project’s needs.
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