Computational biologist

Organization
Resolution Bioscience
Job Location
Bellevue, WA
Job Description

Resolution Bio is seeking a Computational Biologist who will help design and implement novel analytical tools that support the clinical validation of a new method for the sequencing of circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA).

Responsibilities:
Develop algorithms that identify mutations, including CNV and rearrangements, using data from our proprietary targeted sequencing platform.
Develop QC metrics and optimize the design and performance of our platform.
Analyze, interpret, and present data from external collaborations.
Monitor and evaluate other methods for ctDNA sequencing and mutation detection.

Requirements

Qualifications:
Experience in developing algorithms for analysis of NGS data.
Fluency in C/C++ and Perl/Python.
Expertise in applying statistics to genomics.
PhD in Bioinformatics, or related field.
Strong publication record.
1-3 years industry or postdoctoral experience preferred.
Ability and desire to work in a fast-paced, dynamic startup environment.

About Our Organization

Resolution Bioscience is pioneering next generation cancer diagnostics that enable physicians to tailor treatments for each patient using only a blood test. Our proprietary molecular analytics platform interrogates cell-free DNA for actionable information that, until now, has only been accessible through invasive biopsy procedures. We are dedicated to improving cancer outcomes through a suite of clinical tests to guide selection of targeted therapies and monitor their effectiveness over time.

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