Are you interested in joining the MGI team?
You will work with a collaborative team of talented and welcoming professionals. We embrace differences in the form of gender, race, ethnicity, geography, socioeconomic status, age, politics, religion, philosophy, disability, sexual orientation, and gender identity.
If you are an accomplished scientific or administrative professional looking for a new challenge or a talented, hardworking individual wanting to learn about this ever-changing and growing genomic field, please contact us. We look forward to participating in your career.
Program Coordinator – The Genome Institute – 49500
- Plans and coordinates the day-to-day administrative, operational, and fiscal activities of MGI’s Outreach Programs.
Staff Scientist – Genome Engineering and iPSC Center – 49050
- This position assists in developing and conducting research projects, including experimental design, data analysis, and documentation of experimental results.
Manager, Financial Operations- McDonnell Genome Institute-49632
- This position assists the Business Manager in the management and oversight of MGI’s fiscal operations, including endowment, gift, and core recharge center activities. The McDonnell Genome Institute (MGI) provides comprehensive genomic services to Washington University and the scientific community. The mission of MGI is to unveil the secrets of the genome, the blueprint of life, and to improve the lives of people everywhere.
Research Opportunities – McDonnell Genome Institute – 49857
- The McDonnell Genome Institute is a world-class genomics institute with a rich history of significant contributions to genomics technology and human health. There has been an explosion of gene mutations (variants) associated with human disease derived from genome sequencing or genome-wide association studies (GWAS). This success has generated a new challenge – understanding the function of these genes and the consequences of their mutation. We are looking for a scientist to help us develop high-throughput methods to interrogate the impact of specific variants on cellular function. This information will be used to understand the molecular basis of the cellular abnormalities and aid in the diagnosis and treatment of human disease. The ideal candidate will be passionate about working at the intersection of genomic technology and the biology of human disease. The ideal candidate will be amenable to working with a highly interdisciplinary team that includes data scientists, engineers, physicians, and biologists on projects that interweave cell biology, machine learning, genome editing, genomics, and high content imaging.
Visit https://jobs.wustl.edu/ for more information.