Bioinformatics Fellow-Post doctoral | GenomeWeb

Bioinformatics Fellow-Post doctoral

Johns Hopkins University
Job Location
Epigenetics Lab, The surgical oncology at the Johns Hopkins University Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center (SKCCC)
Baltimore, MD 21231
Job Description

We are looking for candidates both postdoctoral candidates with a mix of both PhD in bioinformatics and Molecular biology and or related discipline with basic lab expertise or Masters in bioinformatics would also be considered.

 Expertise Looking for:

1) They will be proficient in relevant programming languages such as Python, Perl, and R/Bioconductor

2) Familiarity with deep sequencing analysis

3) Experience in the statistical language R and the analysis of high-throughput genomic data is advantageous

4) Solid knowledge of next gen sequencing, solid experience in common bioinformatics tools in genomics

5) The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable of common molecular biology techniques

6) Previous experience in epigenetics preferred

 Can-do attitude, excited about working in a fast paced environment, must be a self-starter.The main activities will be focused on the development of novel algorithms in the context of epigenetics. Effective oral and written communication, interpersonal and organizational skills are required.




- Masters and/ or PhD

- Publication record in peer-reviewed journals

- Experience in bioinformatics

- Good comprehension of biologically relevant situations and problem-solving skills


- Programming skills (at least Perl/Bioperl or R/Bioconductor)

- RNA seq and Microarray data analysis prefered

- Hands on experience working with basic Molecular Biology techniques may be advantageous

- Proficient level of English


How to Apply

Immediate start date. To be considered for this position, please provide a Curriculum Vitae and cover letter in a pdf format and email.

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