Job Opportunities

Computational Medicine is recruiting at all levels including Faculty, Research Staff, Postdoctoral Scholars, Graduate Students, and Undergraduate Students.  Administrative staff positions, if any, are also included below.

UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, or protected Veteran status.

Faculty Positions

The Department of Computational Medicine is planning on hiring many faculty over the next five years.

Faculty Position in Computational Medicine
Posted 10/4/19  

Research Staff Positions

The Department is interested in recruiting research staff to work with multiple faculty. 

Several jobs will be posted soon.

Postdoctoral Scholars Positions

The Department is interested in recruiting Postdoctoral Scholars to work with faculty in the department.

Junction of Statistics and Biology  | Li Lab

Cross‐scale modeling of viral emergence risk  | Lloyd-Smith Lab

Computational Population Genetics | Bogdan Lab

Machine Learning and Genomics | Sriram Lab

Administrative Staff Positions

Student Programs Manager 
Posted 10/7/19

Students

Graduate Students

Faculty in the Department of Computational Medicine is active in many graduate programs.  Students in any of the affiliated graduate programs are encouraged to contact the relevant faculty member and their lab or research group to discuss the possibility of joining their research team. Prospective students should apply to one of the affiliated graduate programs; admissions information can be found here.

Prospective students who are unsure of which program to apply for are welcome to email compmed@ucla.edu with any questions.   Please put "Ph.D. Applicant" in the subject of the email.

Undergraduate Students

Faculty in the Department of Computational Medicine welcome undergraduate students to join their laboratory’s research team.  Interested students should consult the Undergraduate Bioinformatics Research page, and may wish to apply to participate in the BIG Summer Program.