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The Shirley Liu Lab is recruiting a computational biologist to develop machine learning algorithms and conduct high throughput data analyses and integration to model tumor immunology and understand cancer patient response to immunotherapy. We recently received funding for a Cancer Moonshot Project by the National Cancer Institute to build a Cancer Immunologic Data Commons (CIDC). NCI plans to conduct comprehensive profiling of tumor, blood, and fecal samples from NCI-sponsored immuno-oncology trials. The computational biologist will work on various computational aspects of immune-profiling algorithms and analyses, with the goal of identifying biomarkers for optimizing immunotherapy strategies in cancer.
How to Apply
Include a short description of your interest with your resume / CV and email to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line “Computational Biologist Application.”
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