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Post-doctoral Research Fellow in Genomic Science
A post-doctoral research fellowship position is available with a focus on von Willebrand disease (VWD) genomics. The position will have opportunities to work with an international collaborative group within which a large and unique VWD population has undergone whole genome sequencing. Many questions remain about the genetic basis of the quantitative subtypes of VWD and this position will provide excellent resources to probe these questions in a comprehensive manner. The successful applicant will join an established research group with longstanding interests in the molecular science of hemostasis. Interested candidates should contact Dr. David Lillicrap  - david.lillicrap@queensu.ca – please attach your CV and a one paragraph text describing your background experience and inte


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