This person will conduct bioinformatics and genomic research, and provide her/his expertise to lab members in the collection, management, interpretation, and analysis on biological, pathological, and molecular pathological data, with a focus on, but not limited to, high-throughput technologies with strong emphasis on next-generation sequencing. The main responsibility of this position is on the application of state-of-art bioinformatics technologies to analyze and integrate large scale omics datasets. Require familiarity with existing genomic databases such as, but not limited to, TCGA, ENCODE, CCLE, etc. Proficiency in programming using either R/Perl/Python/Java/C++ is a must. Familiarity with SAS, biostatistics, quantitative analysis, exome and RNA-seq analysis, and NGS laboratory procedures are preferred, but not required. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are essential, as are the abilities to work both independently and collaboratively and to meet deadlines. Require a BS, MS, or PhD in bioinformatics/computational biology, computer science, biostatistics, life sciences, or with related experiences.
This Bioinformatics Analyst will:
Require a BS, MS or PhD preferred in bioinformatics, computer science, biostatistics, life sciences, or with related experiences.
Abilities to work collaboratively and communicate effectively with scientists to understand experimental systems for the development and implementation of data analysis solutions.
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