Computational Biologist I - Eugene McDermott Center for Human Growth and Development
Categories: Research & Laboratory Support
Department: McDermott Cntr Human Gwth Dev
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
Experience and Education
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or a related field of biological science, and two (2) years related research experience in bioinformatics and computational biology.
Manage research laboratory computer hardware and software programming and maintenance. Ensure existing systems meet the continuing needs of the lab and/or recommend and test new systems as necessary.
Perform complex data analysis related to specialized research methodologies and results as assigned by the Principle Investigator.
Develop and/or modify software to support new and ongoing research projects.
Resolve hardware, software, and network issues in support of the laboratory.
Develop and maintain complex databases to support new and ongoing research projects.
Train laboratory staff in the use of pertinent research systems.
May specialize in bioinformatics, software development, network administration, or hardware/software maintenance.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Candidates will work as part of a team in the McDermott Center's Bioinformatics Core to maintain and revise reliable high performance next-generation sequencing (NGS) data analysis pipeline systems and to process/analyze data in a reliable and timely fashion. Candidates must have good customer service and communication skills with faculty scientists and sequencing core.
1. Perform professional work in support of scientific research using technical knowledge of software, software development, networking, and/or hardware in a complex computing environment.
2. Perform complex data analysis related to specialized research methodologies and results as assigned.
3. Develop and/or modify software to support new and ongoing research projects.
4. Develop and maintain complex databases to support new and ongoing research projects.
5. Performs other duties as assigned.
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