Our lab combines experimental and computational genomics and population genetics. The lab has both dry and wet lab expertise and has an exceptional combination of talented students and post-docs from diverse fields, including applied math, biostatistics/statistics, computational biology/bioinformatics, anthropology/evolutionary biology, and genetics/genomics. We welcome applications from talented and committed individuals who are interested in studying human genetic variation. Please send inquiries to cdbadmin at stanford dot edu.
Applicants should have a Ph.D in a relevant field, demonstrated experience in research, excellent writing and communication skills, a record of peer-reviewed publications, and motivation for independent research.
When contacting us, please provide a a curriculum vitae and a brief description of the research you are interested in conducting in the lab.
We welcome all interested Stanford Ph.D. students to contact us about a rotation. Please note: we can only review applications from students already accepted for admission into, or enrolled in, a Stanford graduate program.
Stanford undergraduates interested in working in the lab should send an introductory note describing your interests and an unofficial copy of your transcript.