Computational Biology Postdoc Position at the X. Shirley Liu Lab

The laboratory of Professor X. Shirley Liu liulab.dfci.harvard.edu at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard T.H.Chan School of Public Health invites applicants for a computational biology postdoctoral position. The research in the laboratory focuses on designing bioinformatics algorithms and integrative genomics approaches to model gene regulation, find novel drug targets and combinations, and predict response to targeted and immunotherapies in cancer. Recently Dr. Liu became the PI of the NCI Cancer Immunologic Data Commons (CIDC) Center to develop the bioinformatics algorithms and infrastructure to integrate comprehensive profiling of all NCI-sponsored immunoncology trials, with the goal of predicting cancer immunotherapy outcomes.

A representative list of recent projects and publications (with Liu Lab as major contributors) include: In the last decade, 15 trainees from the Liu Lab started tenure track faculty positions, including one Thousand Talents (青千China), two K99 (NIH) and three CPRIT (Texas) awardees.

Ideal applicant should have:

Interested applicants should submit CV, a letter of interest with a one-page proposal for a project to be conducted in the Liu Lab, and contact of three references to xsliu (At) jimmy (Dot) harvard (Dot) edu with subject line “Postdoctoral application”.

Last modified by JR in January, 2018.