Herbold Computational Biology Program
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The Herbold Computational Biology Program was established to bring a new generation of biological researchers to the Hutch whose training in biology is accompanied by advanced training in quantitative sciences, including physics, statistics, mathematics and computer science.
Dr. Frederick (Erick) A. Matsen has an open postdoc position with at least two years duration. The project is to learn about anti-HIV antibody development and coevolution using data coming from a unique HIV superinfection cohort for which the viral history has been carefully characterized.
Dr. Gavin Ha has an open postdoc position with at least one year duration. The Ha lab is establishing a research program that uses new DNA sequencing technologies to study cancer genomes. The lab is also focused on research involving liquid biopsies, such as cell-free DNA, and developing new computational approaches to leverage these data for genome discovery and cancer burden monitoring.
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