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Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Epigenomics/Bioinformatics
DescriptionA computational postdoctoral position in bioinformatics and epigenomics (computational/experimental) is available in Dr. Yaping Liu's lab in the Division of Human Genetics. One of the research directions in Dr. Liu's group is to study single-cell multi-omics data to understand the gene regulatory mechanism behind non-coding genetic variants. We have already developed several single-molecule (e.g. NOMe-seq, Kelly & Liu et al. 2012 Genome Research) and single-cell multi-omics technologies (e.g. single-cell Methyl-HiC, Li & Liu et al. 2019 Nature Methods). We are continuing to develop several novel multi-omics technologies ourselves (e.g. https://do


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