The primary focus will be to investigate the epidemiology of
gynecological cancers utilizing various population-based and
online data resources.
The successful candidate will take the lead on coordinating,
analyzing and publishing results from large consortia of
ovarian cancer studies consisting of epidemiologic, genetic,
clinical and tumor (biomarker) data.
The candidate will receive mentored training, guidance in
seeking research funding and writing grant proposals, travel
support to present research at cancer conferences and
encouraged engagement in educational activities fostering
independence and leadership.
Previous experience working with genetic data is an asset.
Full-time appointment is at the level of Research Associate
with a competitive salary and benefits package.
Be a recent graduate from a
doctoral program in
epidemiology, biostatistics, public health or related health
Be US citizens or permanent residents.
Have strong quantitative and programming skills for the
application of appropriate statistical methods to
Be proficient in English (verbal and written).
To apply, please visit the MUSC Job Site:
or contact Linda Kelemen, ScD, Associate Professor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
with questions. Please submit a CV, cover letter describing
research interests and experience, and names of three
Review of applications will be ongoing until the position is
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