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The Setty Lab in the Basic Sciences Division and Translation Data Science IRC at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center is seeking a highly motivated post-doctoral fellow to work at the intersection of computational science, developmental & cancer biology, and single-cell genomics. The computational topics of interest include but not limited to manifold learning and dimensionality reduction, representation learning, multi-task learning, and structured learning.
The successful candidate will develop novel computational algorithms to integrate high throughput single-cell genomics data to answer fundamental questions about mechanisms driving cellular differentiation and dysregulation in cancer. They will work in collaborative partnerships with experimental biologists to design data collection experiments, model and interpret the data, and help design validation experiments.
This is a unique opportunity for someone interested in modeling and interpreting large-scale biological data generated using cutting edge high throughput technologies in a multi-disciplinary and collaborative setting. While prior experience in working with biological data is desired, we strongly encourage applications from computational scientists and machine learning researchers interested in exploring careers in computational biology.
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