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At the Channing Division of Network Medicine (CDNM), we use an integrated, network-based, and systems biology-drive approach to understand, reclassify, and treat complex diseases. With access to 3.2 million specimens from 300,000 subjects, alongside renowned cohort study questionnaires and advanced computational analytics, CDNM is recognized for the uniqueness of its interdisciplinary scientific direction and cross-domain expertise. We welcome collaborative opportunities and encourage other researchers to explore potential opportunities.

CDNM currently has more than 80 Harvard Medical School (HMS) faculty and 42 postdoctoral research fellows and is supported by 160 non-faculty Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) employees, who are primarily in research and administration.

  • Bioinformatician I Channing Lab

    The Channing Division of Network Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston are looking for exceptional candidates to join the Bioinformatics Core. The core works involves a wide variety of data management challenges of complex data sets, including genomic scale next-generation sequencing data and Data processing or curation. Our projects involve interrogation of the genome, transcriptome and epigenome data utilizing machine learning analysis tools and data analysis pipelines. The Bi...

  • Research Lab Tech I DOM Channing

    GENERAL SUMMARY: We are currently recruiting for: one - full time, Technical Research Assistant - Level I (entry level) candidate to join our team! Will Train. Short Job description: Perform laboratory work and office duties associated with the Channing/Harvard Cohorts Biorepository (CHCB). CHCB is one of the largest, most intensively studied, longitudinal cohorts in the World and houses the Nurses' Health Study (I and II), the Health Professionals Follow-up Study, Growing Up Today Study, a...

  • Co-op DOM Channing

    Description - External GENERAL SUMMARY/ OVERVIEW STATEMENT: Summarize the nature and level of work performed. The Functional genetics lab utilizes in vitro and in vivo models to evaluate the function of genetic variants associated with asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The TRAI will be an active participant in experimental research and will have the opportunity to present his/her lab work. He/she will He/she will work independently, and perform non-routine, highly spe...

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