Join Our Lab
The Cancer Genomics and Evolution Laboratory has multiple positions open for postdoctoral fellows in computational biology. The fellows will spearhead projects in large-scale cancer genomics, with a focus on elucidating the evolutionary history of cancer metastases. Highly motivated individuals who have recently obtained a Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. and have a strong background in computational biology, genomics or genetics or related fields, are encouraged to apply.
Please email Dr. Peter Van Loo:
- Cover letter or email stating your general career objectives and research interests
- CV with publication list
- Names and contact information of three references
The Van Loo lab is actively recruiting graduate students interested in cancer genomics and evolution. Graduate students generally enter through The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center UTHealth Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. Students interested in rotating are encouraged to contact Dr. Peter Van Loo.
The Van Loo lab is recruiting a data scientist to analyze cancer genomics data and maintain and develop the group’s data analysis pipelines. Interested individuals can apply here.
The Texas Medical Center in Houston houses MD Anderson and multiple other top-flight scientific institutions within walking distance (Baylor College of Medicine; UT Health Science Center; Rice University; Methodist Research Institute; TX A&M Institute of Biosciences and Technology), or within bicycling distance (University of Houston). This immense depth of collaborators, programs, and scientific cores ensures a cutting-edge research environment. Houston boasts a diverse culture near the Gulf Coast, and affordable living in the fourth largest city of the USA. MD Anderson offers well-regarded professional development opportunities and benefits.
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