Des Moines University is currently
accepting applications for the NIH-funded Research Associate
and Programmer position. This full-time position supports
research activities under the direction of the principal
investigator in the multidisciplinary field of
nutrition, epigenetics, epidemiology, and cardiovascular
disease in the human population. The position will
provide research support including statistical programming and
analyses using human population health data and
high-throughput data such as next-generation sequencing data.
Over 100 years old, Des Moines
University is a health sciences graduate university comprised
of three colleges offering eight graduate degrees. Located in
the #1 Best City for Young Professionals (Forbes.com, 2014),
Des Moines University continues its vision of being a leader
in innovative health education that promotes life-long
Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in statistics, biostatistics,
computational biology, bioinformatics, mathematics, or
related fields. Graduate degree (Master’s or PhD) or
bachelor’s degree with at least two years of relevant
professional experience preferred.
experience in statistical analyses of high-throughput
data; particularly analysis of next-generation sequencing
data from the human population preferred.
complete job description, benefit summary, or to apply visit
www.dmu.edu/employment. Please submit resume, cover
letter, writing samples and contact information for three
professional references at time of online submission.
Incomplete submissions are not eligible for consideration.
Resume review and/or interview scheduling will commence
immediately and continue until position is filled.
Des Moines University is an equal opportunity employer. We
evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color,
national origin, ethnicity, creed, religion, age, disability,
sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, veteran
status, genetic information and other characteristics
protected by law (“protected class”). Applications from
candidates from underrepresented groups are encouraged to