The Research Bioinformatician II (RBII) performs general bioinformatics analysis and software support for projects involving in omics, and interacts with investigators to identify research problems, find appropriate software tools and recognize national biological databases and online resources for omic data. The RBII will also work with bioinformatics faculties to determine future bioinformatics needs, and helps to develop tools and pipelines as necessary to keep pace with rapid advances in sequencing technology. The RBII will demonstrate continuous self-improvement, make effective contributions to the section, and adhere to CSHS compliance plan, code of conduct, and hospital and departmental policies and procedures.
Primary Job Duties & Responsibilities
- Provides general bioinformatics analysis support for omic projects and mainly responsible for data analysis and software compilations including next generation sequence alignment, polymorphism identification, expression analysis, and visualization tools and browsers.
- Summarizes data analyses results in the form suitable as the basis for the first draft of written reports, and makes preliminary interpretations of the data.
- Develop, test, and maintain modular software pipelines for genome sequencing, assembly, annotation, metagenomic analysis, and genotyping using high-throughput sequencing platforms including 454, Illumina, and Pacific Biosciences
- Manages data including loading and querying data from database systems, downloading omic data from public repositories
- Transforms and merges multilevel omic data into user-friendly formats, assists in development, tests, and maintains modular software pipelines, provides bioinformatics data analysis and preliminary interpretation of the data, and reports of the results for possible publications
- Familiar with medical and biological terminologies, bioinformatics resources, and national biological databases, Ready to provide solutions for investigator’s problems through data mining and extraction
- Identify, evaluate, and incorporate relevant algorithms and software pipelines by reviewing pertinent literatures in bioinformatics and computational biology
- Assists or collaborate in preparation of grant proposals, publications, and presentations involving omic data
- Helps develop tools and pipelines as necessary to keep pace with rapid advances in sequencing technology.
- Educate others about bioinformatics through mentoring of and teaching colleagues, investigators, fellows, and graduate students.
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