Duties & Responsibilities:Pipeline development: Developing, maintaining, and implementing next generation sequencing data analysis pipelines that perform QC, base calling, sequence assembly, short-read alignment, genotype calling, transcript abundance, sequence annotation, and related bioinformatics methods. Developing and implementing novel NGS methods to improve the existing pipeline. This includes testing third-party software or development of novel methodology to fill gaps in the pipeline, as needed. Testing, characterization and integration of diverse third-party Bioinformatics algorithms; applying state-of-the-art statistical, visualization and data mining methods; working closely with lab-based experimentalists, clinicians and PIs to solve their Bioinformatics challenges. Analysis: Work with the Informatics group to provide support for large scale research projects, Sequencing Cores and the Center for Genomic Technologies; provide support for translational research in Clinical Genomics. Provide analysis of NGS data for genes and pathways, analysis of methylation data in epigenomics projects, micro-RNA target prediction; and developing and implementing new bioinformatics packages. Administrative: Supervision of junior bioinformatics team members and data analysts (e.g., statistical data analysts, post-docs, etc) on bioinformatics projects, as needed. Establishing standard operating procedures, documentation and scripts to generate custom reports. Developing materials for Bioinformatics tutorials, and training courses. Perform other duties as assigned.
The minimum requirements are: Bachelor’s Degree in Bioinformatics/Computational Biology/Computer Science or related field and three (3) years of experience working in Bioinformatics or a related field is required. Master’s Degree/PhD in Bioinformatics/Computational Biology/Computer Science or related field is preferred. Any appropriate combination of relevant education, experience and/or certifications may be considered.
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