Bioinformatics Scientist- Research (#1216) | GenomeWeb

Bioinformatics Scientist- Research (#1216)

Job Location
San Diego, CA


Job Description

As a Bioinformatics Scientist in the Protein Engineering group, you will be developing analysis tools to help improve the performance of different enzymes. This includes data mining and statistical analysis of various protein and sequencing assays as well as developing analysis and visualization tools for internal purposes. You will be collaborating with scientists with a wide range of scientific backgrounds in a highly innovative environment. You need to have a creative approach to problems and excellent communication skills. Tasks and Responsibilities: •Next generation sequencing data analysis and pipeline development. •Application of data mining and statistical learning algorithms on large biological data sets. •Collaborate with other scientists and develop tools for data interpretation and data visualization. •Development of software and analysis tools for internal use. •Engage in collaborative research and publications. Required Skills & Experience: •Ph.D. in bioinformatics, computational biology, computer science, or related fields •Proficiency in programming with C/C++, Python, Matlab/R and shell scripting languages •Deep understanding of probabilistic and statistical modeling, statistics and data mining algorithms, algorithm design and data structures. •Expert knowledge on current bioinformatics, genomics and proteomics resources and classic bioinformatics algorithms. •Familiarity with next generation sequencing technologies, tools and workflows is a plus. •Familiarity with web applications and javascript visualization tools is a plus. •Critical problem solving and creative approach to data analysis and algorithm design. •Ability to contribute independently and collaboratively, and to excel in a fast-paced environment. •Excellent communication skills and enjoys to work in a team environment EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability

How to Apply

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