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Please complete the following form for your job to be posted in the BioC2021 conference website and the virtual platform for the conference, Job Board for BioC2021. Or, copy-paste this link in your browser https://forms.gle/KdRsRPTsMG6nGT3e8

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IS Project Manager, Bioconductor Project

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This position includes both project management and advanced software development. The successful applicant will perform multidisciplinary work in data science, clinical trials, and cloud computing. Our group is centrally involved with the Bioconductor project, a 20- year open source/open development effort in the domain of statistics and computing for genome scale biology. Strong acquaintance with github, OpenAPI, R, Linux, Amazon Web Services, or Google Cloud Platform expected. Specifically, duties include:

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Bioinformatics Data Engineer / Senior Bioinformatics Data Engineer

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We are seeking a talented and highly motivated DevOps Data Engineer to help advance our genetics discovery platform. The successful candidate will join a team of data scientists, computational biologists, data architects, and automation engineers to mobilize genetics and functional genomics data towards the discovery of new therapeutic targets and drugs. As part of a small, agile data science team, the successful candidate will understand and implement solutions to difficult data engineering tasks. The ideal candidate will have the ability to apply their computer science knowledge to a biological setting and have expertise with AWS technologies and cloud computing.

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Data Scientist / Senior Data Scientist, Human Genetics

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We are seeking a talented and highly motivated scientist to help build and apply our genetics discovery platform. The successful candidate will join a team of data scientists, computational biologists, systems architects and automation engineers to mobilize genetics and functional genomics data towards the discovery of new therapeutic targets and drugs.

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Data Scientist / Senior Data Scientist, Human Genetics

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  • You will become an integral member of our target and drug discovery teams, helping to move programs from concept to the clinic
  • You will help design and interpret functional genomics and computational biology experiments, often integrating data from genetics and external sources
  • You will work with the Human Genetics, Functional Genomics, Stem Cell and Drug Discovery departments to design and implement cutting-edge analysis and visualization tools and production-quality bioinformatics pipelines

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Senior Scientist / Scientist, Human Genetics

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We are seeking an exceptional computational biologist/statistical geneticist to join our organization. The successful candidate will contribute to the design of robust genetic association and gene interaction studies, develop workflows/pipelines for association analyses and other statistical genetics techniques, perform analyses on large-scale genetic datasets, integrate results from functional genomics screens with human genetics and contribute to interpretation of results with the goal of identifying new therapeutic targets. Successful candidates will contribute directly to the development of novel disease modifying therapeutics.

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PhD Scholarship on Functional and Evolutionary Genomics

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The successful applicant must meet the conditions defined for admission to a PhD programme at NMBU. The applicant must have an academically relevant education corresponding to a five-year Norwegian degree programme, where 120 credits are at master’s degree level. The applicant must have a documented strong academic background in genomics and be able to document proficiency in both written and oral English. For more detailed information on the admission criteria please see the PhD Regulations and the relevant PhD programme description. The applicant must document expertise and interest in the research subject.

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Bioinformatics PhD Student

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We are looking for highly motivated predoctoral researcher as new member for our group. The successful candidate will join an enthusiastic and collaborative team in an excellent multidisciplinary scientific environment. We are looking for applicants that will engage in bioinformatic data analysis to explore gene regulatory functions of insulin secreting cells in type 1 diabetes (for reference Ramos-Rodríguez et al.). The project will require the integration of single cell transcriptomic data and cutting edge ‘omics techniques.

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Postdoctoral Fellows & R Programmers

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We are recruiting postdoctoral fellows and R programmers who are enthusiastic about spatial transcriptomics and/or single cell analyses. Our lab has a strong track record in developing innovative computational tools that are useful for solving important biological questions. Details can be found at our lab website.

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Bioinformatics Scientist III

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Job Responsibilities Pre-Analysis (10%): Actively participate in the development of application portfolio by developing knowledge of internally developed systems, open-source programs, and commercial applications. Provide efficient data management support.

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Bioinformatician III

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To participate in research activities involved in the analysis of Next Generation Sequencing such as data derived from genomics and transcriptomics (bulk and single-cell sequencing) to the UAB Biological Data Science institutional core. To support research services such as study design, data management, data analysis, pipeline development and to aid in the generation of training guides and documentation. To stay abreast of recent literature and other new developments, incorporating new techniques into existing data analysis protocols and pipelines in support of the institutional core’s mission of high quality, reproducible computational biology research.

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Scientist I / Scientist II, Computational Biology - Research Infrastructure

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We are seeking a scientific engineer with extensive experience in bioinformatics, passionate about helping people by advancing drug development for diseases with unmet medical need. Ideal candidates will bring significant experience working with large genomic databases and developing robust software tools that drive scientific discovery.

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Postdoctoral Scientist

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Dr. Stephanie Hicks (https://www.stephaniehicks.com) is seeking to hire a postdoctoral fellow in genomic data science to join her research group at Johns Hopkins. This postdoctoral fellow will have the flexibility to pursue projects broadly at the intersection of Dr. Hicks’s ongoing research areas: developing fast and scalable statistical methods and open-source software to help researchers solve open problems in genomics, including data with spatial resolution or at the single-cell (or single-nucleus) level. This is highly relevant to public health as these methods and software will enable emerging genomic technologies to become primary tools for translational research and clinical applications for human health.

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PhD Student in Computational Immunology

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The group of Computational Immunology is part of the Immunomonitoring platform at the Frankfurt Cancer Institute located in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, https://fci.health/en/immunomonitoring/ . We are interested in understanding the genetic basis for human immune system diversity, with a particular focus on cancer immunology. We develop computational tools for human immunology and collaborate with experimentalists and clinicians at the University Hospital Frankfurt and worldwide.

Research tasks:

  • Computational method development + collaborative research projects in the field of cancer immunology and immunotherapy
  • Analysis of different types of multi-omics data (single-cell sequencing, proteomics, multiplexed immunofluorescence images)
  • Analysis of adaptive immune receptor sequences (B cell and T cell receptors)

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