Postdoctoral position – Statistical genetic and Asthma in Paris, for Institut Pasteur

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Postdoctoral position – Statistical genetic and Asthma
The Statistical Genetics unit within the department of Computational Biology at the Institut Pasteur seeks a motivated and talented Postdoctoral Fellow. The successful candidate will participate in a funded collaborative project aiming at characterizing the heterogeneity of Asthma with genetic data. Asthma is one of the most common chronic diseases with more than 300 million cases worldwide. Asthma is highly heterogeneous presenting as mild forms responding to treatment in some patients while being debilitating and resistant to treatment in others. Previous studies trying to identify sub-type of asthma relied on epidemiological and molecular data. Those studies characterized further asthma heterogeneity but faced reverse causation issues, i.e. the


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