- Research in bioinformatics focus on investigating high throughput sequencing data using novel methods.
- Work with available pipelines or develop new ones.
- Implementing various modeling and prediction techniques, including linear and nonlinear regression, principal component analysis, support vector machines, self-organizing maps, neural networks, set enrichment, Bayesian networks, model-based analysis, and geneset/pathway/network analysis.
- Strong statistics scripting/programming experience (including R, Bioconductor)
- web-based tool development
- applying integrative bioinformatics, genomics and computational systems biology approaches to identify and characterize radiation response of gene regulation and function of genes involved in multiple cancer types.
QualificationsThe candidate must have a Ph.D or MS in any of the following: Computational biology, bioinformatics, mathematical biology, or computer science with specialization in algorithm development.
Knowledge and experience in R, scripting (PHP, Java script) and high-level programming languages (Java, Perl) is essential.
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This post will be available until December 17, 2021 or until filled.
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