POSITIONS AVAILABLE

Research Positions Available

We are currently hiring 1) one funded post-doctoral fellow or bioinformatic analyst (funded by the Lab) and 2) one research fellow (funded by external sources).


1) Funded position

Currently, one funded position is available, either for a post-doctoral fellow or bioinformatic analyst who is interested in applying her/his skills to our NIH-funded cohort studies with multi-level omics data (e.g., genome, methylome, microRNAome, transcriptome, metabolome, microbiome) and extensive clinical data.

  • Projects: Among the many projects in the Lab, the post-doctoral fellow or bioinformatic analyst will work on our integrated-omics work. The examples may be found here:
  • Eligibility: This position requires a master or doctoral degree in bioinformatics, computational biology, computer science (or related field), and relevant research experience.


2) Research Fellows

Self-funded fellows are welcome, depending on the availability of the spaces at Hasegawa Lab — we usually have 2-3 research fellows. We will support you to get your own funding in order to join the Lab.

  • Eligibility: MD, PhD, or MD/PhD with knowledge, experience, and expertise in any of areas including (but not limited to) epidemiology, statistics, computational biology, bioinformatics, immunology, microbiology, emergency medicine, and other clinical fields.

  • Nationality: While this position encompasses the Japan-EMNet Research Fellowship, we welcome highly-motivated fellows regardless of nationality.

  • Duration: >=2 years. We are not seeking visitors, visiting scholars, fellows, or students who can stay only for a short period (such as one semester) unless one has advanced research skills and experiences.


Applications

  • Candidates with funding support of 110,000 USD or more (or at least 55,300 USD) are highly considered and have a higher chance of acceptance (please send us a proof of funding support).

  • Please email me (khasegawa[at]mgh.harvard.edu) your CV. Please pass this information to anyone who may be interested.


Congratulations!

Our lab members are not only very productive — publishing in the top journals in our research areas (e.g., Clin Infect Dis, Chest, J Allergy Clin Immunol, JAMA Intern Med, Resuscitation). One of the fellows has published >30 papers (including 17 first-author papers) during his 3-year fellowshiip! In addition, they are highly recognized to receive awards, honors and prizes as follows (limiting to recent awards) .

  • Congratulations to Dr. Tadahiro Goto, who received the Uehara Memorial Foundation Award — one of the prestigious research awards in Japan, because of her superb accomplishments and qualifications!

  • Congratulations to Dr. Atsushi Hirayama, who received Fulbright Scholarship!

  • Congratulations to Dr. Tadahiro Goto, who received St. Luke’s Life Science Institute Grant.

  • Congratulations to Dr. Tadahiro Goto, who received “Excellence in Research Award” at the American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly 2015!

  • Congratulations to Dr. Laura Toivonen, who received multiple grants from the Finnish Medical Foundation, the Päivikki and Sakari Sohlberg Foundation, and the Foundation for Pediatric Research in 2019!

  • Congratulations to Dr. Yoshihiko Raita, who was selected to give an oral presentations at the Harvard Research Symposium and won the Best Presentation Award from Harvard Medical School MMSCI Program in 2019!