Bioinformatics Analyst I / II

Organization
The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine
Job Location
Ten Discovery Drive
Farmington, CT 06030
Job Description

Title Bioinformatics Analysts (or Postdoctoral Position)

Institution: Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine

Location: Farmington, CT

PI: Adam Williams, Ph.D.

 

The Williams lab is seeking motivated computational scientists interested in studying long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) and their impact on human health.

 

We use diverse approaches in genomics, bioinformatics, molecular biology, and immunology to identify and characterize lncRNAs important in immune cell function.

 

Said computational scientist will be expected to establish and run pipelines for the identification and curation of novel lncRNAs. In addition they will be required to perform integrative analysis using diverse data sets, including RNA-Seq, ChIP-Seq, and ATAC-Seq.

Requirements

 

Candidates should have a BS or MS degree in Bioinformatics or relevent biological sciences degree with computational experience. More experienced applicants with a PhD and/or MD will also be considered.

 

 

How to Apply

Contact: [email protected]

 

Send: Cover letter and CV with three references

About Our Organization

 

The Jackson Laboratory is a world-renowned research and educational institution with programs in statistical genomics, bioinformatics, genome technology, cancer, aging, stem cell, neurobiology, immunology, and microbiome.

 

The Laboratory is recognized internationally for its excellence in research and educational activities, unparalleled genomic resources, and outstanding research support services. It is voted among the top 15 “Best Places to Work in Academia” in the United States for 2012 in a poll conducted by The Scientist magazine. The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine is part of a $1.1 billion new venture between The Jackson Laboratory and the state of Connecticut. The institute is located in a new, dedicated, state-of-the-art research building, a 183,000 ft2 space incorporating a broad range of the most advanced research laboratories and supporting facilities. It is within 2-hour drive of both New York City and Boston.

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