Junior Faculty: Recruiting individuals with a Ph.D. and/or an M.D. preferably with post-doctoral training in the fields of Statistical Genetics, Genetic Epidemiology, Bioinformatics and the Genetics of Hearing Impairment. Please send CV and cover letter describing research interests and relevant experience to Dr. Suzanne Leal.
Postdoctoral Associates: Recruiting Ph.D. and/or M.D. graduates with backgrounds in biostatistics, bioinformatics, biology, computer science, epidemiology, genetics, genetic epidemiology, statistics, statistical genetics with an interest to train in Statistical Genetics and/or Genetic Epidemiology. The successful applicant can either be involved in data analysis for a large variety of complex and Mendelian traits, or involved in method and software development for gene mapping or involved in both. Please send CV and cover letter describing research interests and relevant experience to Dr. Suzanne Leal.
Postdoctoral Associates in Genetic Otolaryngology: Recruiting individuals with a Ph.D. and/or M.D. graduates with background in genetics and an interest/experience in otolaryngology. Please send CV and cover letter describing research interests and relevant experience to Dr. Suzanne Leal.
Graduate Students: Recruiting quality students with interest in statistical genetics including applied and analytical fields. Current and past students have backgrounds in genetics, statistics, mathematics, biochemistry, biology, medicine, computer science and epidemiology. Students trained in the biological sciences will have the opportunity to take courses in statistics and programming if needed and those from the analytical fields (statistics, math, computer science) may take courses in genetics, epidemiology and biology as part of their training. Courses are offered at Baylor College of Medicine, Rice, University of Houston and University of Texas. Qualified students can complete their graduate training under the guidance of Dr. Suzanne Leal can obtain their Ph.D. either through the Department of Molecular and Human Genetics or the Graduate Program in Quantitative and Computational Biosciences at Baylor College of Medicine. For additional information please send Dr. Leal an email.