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Your Role
Job title:  PhD Student Positions
Qualifications: (detailed)  
1. Solid background in human genetics, statistics or computer science/computer engineering 2. GPA>B+
Duties and responsibilities: 
1. design algorithms 2. write programs to implement the algorithms 3. Analyze genome-wide omics data sets 4. write manuscripts 5. Perform data analysis for collaboration projects
How to Apply
Deadline:  2017-07-31 Open until filled
University level:  Graduate
Application method:  Email
Required application materials: 
        -   Resume
        -   Transcript
        -   A statement indicating the school, program and year
            that you are currently enrolled in.
References:  2  
Notification process: 
Decision expected: 
The Project
Project title:  PhD graduate students
Project description: 
We are looking for two PhD students to join a bioinformatics group based at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba and Data Science Platform of George and Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation. The candidates should have a thesis-based Master's degree and has good programming skill using R. The candidates should have a GPA >3.5. Applicants who have been trained in statistics or life science (such as cancer biology, genetics, bioinformatics) will register in graduate program in the Department of Biochemistry and Medical Genetics. This position can start in May or September, 2017. Applicants who have been trained in computer science will register in graduate program in the Department of Computer Science ( This position can start in September 2017. Applicants should send their CV, transcripts and English test results to Dr. Pingzhao Hu at For more information:
Researcher/Supervisor:  Dr. Pingzhao Hu
Faculty:  Faculty of Medicine
Dept/School:  Biochemistry and Medical Genetics
Phone:  204-789-3229
Job Terms
Number of jobs:  2
Job dates:  ASAP to [tbd]

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