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Postdoctoral Researcher -- Translational Genomics
A postdoctoral researcher position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Kathleen Fisch (https://fischlab.ucsd.edu) in the UC San Diego Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences, a member laboratory of the Center for Perinatal Discovery (https://perinataldiscovery.ucsd.edu). The lab focuses on the application of genomics and non-invasive prenatal testing to discover biomarkers that can predict pregnancy disorders and adverse fetal outcomes in order to improve maternal-fetal health.  The candidate will be supported by NIH awards and will be involved in the following research initiatives: Data analysis of human placenta, fallopian tube and endomyometrium (e.g. scRN


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