Bioinformatics Scientist

Courtagen Life Sciences, Inc.
Job Location
12 Gill Street
Woburn, MA 01801
Job Description


The Bioinformatics Scientist will be primarily responsible for developing and maintaining code for graphical user interfaces (GUIs). These GUIs will allow internal and external users to explore Courtagen’s next gen clinical sequencing data.


  • Develop and maintain code to display and organize large-scale clinical sequencing data
  • Create graphical user interfaces (GUIs) for geneticists who want to search/analyze genetic data
  • Create/maintain/tune relational database(s)
  • Follow best coding practices: issue tracking, source code control, and document management
  • BS/MS in computer science, bioinformatics, or related field
  • 1+ year(s) experience developing graphical user interfaces (GUIs)
  • Recent coding experience with a scripting language such as Ruby or Python
  • Experience with NetSuite and/or JavaScript is a plus
  • Experience in designing and implementing SQL (Oracle, MySQL) and noSQL (mongoDB) databases
  • Experience with multiple operating systems, including Linux
  • Experience with software deployment in cloud highly desirable, especially Amazon AWS experience
  • Strong communicator with ability to maintain open communication with internal employees, managers and customers as needed
  • Start-up experience is a plus
How to Apply

If this job sounds like a solid fit, you want to work in high growth company with proven success, and be part of an entrepreneurial organization that can create positive outcomes in the lives of the patients we test, send your resume right away.  E-mail you resume to [email protected], and tell us why Courtagen Life Sciences should hire you.  Courtagen is located in Woburn, MA. 

About Our Organization

We are seeking ambitious people to join our team and make an impact in an innovative and growing industry.  Courtagen is a privately held life sciences and molecular information company that converts genomic data into actionable clinical information for the diagnosis of critical pediatric neurological and metabolic disorders. Courtagen’s state-of-the-art Next Generation Sequencing clinical laboratory integrates genotype, phenotype, and disease mechanism data using cloud-based computing and custom analytical methods to provide the most comprehensive results for clinicians, patients, and their families to better understand and treat their disease.

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