We are seeking outstanding applicants for a bioinformatician role to work on a collaborative project between Desktop Genetics and the Epigenetics Unit of Imperial College London. We will be producing epigenetic models of cancer cell lines using computational analysis of next generation sequencing data such as WGS, RNA-seq and ChIP-seq. We will validate these models using CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing techniques and custom in-house library design algorithms.
This position will provide an excellent opportunity to work and train as part of a highly motivated interdisciplinary team in the rapidly developing areas of CRISPR/Cas9 and cancer epigenomics. Desktop Genetics and Imperial College London, both based in London, are leaders in the fields of computational and systems biology, basic science and clinical care.