Careers with PGC Investigators
The Psychiatric Genomics Consortium is one of the most innovative experiments in the history of psychiatry. We have unified much of the field to enable rapid progress in elucidating the genetic basis of psychiatric disorders. We have 800+ investigators from 36 countries and >400K subjects. The PGC has attracted a cadre of outstanding scientists whose careers center on our work. We are interested in making connections for Early Career Researchers.
Interested in working with PGC Collaborators?
|Position||Institution and Professor||Brief Description||Link to Application||Deadline|
|Postdoctoral Scholar||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with Dr Patrick Sullivan.||The individual will have the opportunity to help with multiple projects studying the genetics of various psychiatric disorders. We have multiple large datasets, and all projects are funded. The position will be set for one year with the opportunity to be reappointed yearly. The postdoc would work with Dr. Sullivan to create a multi-year plan to maximize scientific output, pursue opportunities to obtain grant funding, and progress toward an independent career.||Apply Here||Sept. 1, 2022|
|Postdoctoral Research Associate||King’s College London |
with Dr Jonathan Coleman
|This position is funded by the Medical Research Foundation. The post-holder will conduct research building on recently identified associations between genetic variants and major depressive disorder. They will work closely with the supervisor to expand an existing fine-mapping pipeline and apply it to the latest genetic data on major depressive disorder from the Psychiatric Genomics Consortium. They will collaborate with colleagues in bioinformatics and with the statistical genetics community at the SGDP Centre, and will consult with cell biologists at the wider Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience. These analyses will further our understanding of the biology of major depressive disorder, a fundamental step in improving future treatments.||Apply Here||July 20, 2022|
|PhD student in Genetic Epidemiology||Aarhus University, Denmark with Dr Zeynep Yilmaz||The National Centre for Register-based Research at Aarhus University (Denmark) is looking to hire a PhD student in genetic epidemiology with a focus on eating disorders, starting in September 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter. The successful candidate will work on a 3-year research project, taking advantage of population-based Danish registers as well as genetic data as a part of the Anorexia Nervosa Genetics Initiative, Eating Disorders Genetics Initiative, and The Lundbeck Foundation Initiative for Integrative Psychiatric Research (iPSYCH). The candidate will gain valuable experience within psychiatric epidemiology, human genetics, statistics, and analysis of large genomic and epidemiological datasets.||Apply Here||August 1, 2022|