Bioinformatics Analyst

MD Anderson Cancer Center - Navin Laboratory
Job Location
6767 Bertner Ave
Houston, TX 77030
60 - 70K
Job Description

The Navin laboratory has an open position for a staff bioinformatics analyst in the Department of Genetics at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX.  We seek a talented individual who will work on projects related to cancer evolution and intratumor heterogeneity using large-scale genomic datasets generated from single cell DNA and RNA sequencing methods.  The candidate will manage next-generation sequencing data, data processing pipelines and server administration.  The position will involve centralizing all software developed in the Navin laboratory and managing software and storage on the Linux servers.  The candidate will also perform computational and statistical analysis of large-scale DNA and RNA sequencing datasets that are generated from single cell or bulk sequencing.





Requirements: knowledge of Unix, Linux, scripting languages (Perl, Python), server administration and statistical languages (R, Matlab) is required.  Knowledge of cancer biology and genomics is preferred but not required.  The ideal candidate will have an M.S. or Ph.D. in bioinformatics, computational biology or computer science.  Salary range is 60-70K and is commensurable with experience.

How to Apply

Please send CV to nnavin (at) to apply


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