Computational Biologist, Juno Therapeutics, Seattle WA USA

Juno Therapeutics
Job Location
Seattle, WA 98109
Job Description

Excited about using data science to make a real difference in the lives of cancer patients? Juno Therapeutics Data Science group is seeking a highly motivated and talented computational biologist passionate about using and developing computational methods to analyze genomic data in the context of cancer immunotherapy.

As a member of our Data Science team, you will play a key role in the development and implementation of new analysis pipelines for high-throughput sequencing data as well as driving thoughtful experimental designs, analyses and inferences throughout Juno’s CAR-T and TCR R&D programs to better understand cancer immunotherapy. We are looking for a talented person with extensive experience in NGS data analysis, proficiency in R and Python, experience in the application of machine learning methods, and a solid understanding of molecular biology. You will also help Juno scientists in other areas with data analyses and interact with investigators from partner institutions to address diverse and exciting scientific questions. We are deeply passionate about what we do here at Juno, because we know that our work has the power to save lives—if this inspires you as well, we’re excited to have you join us!

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