As a computational scientist, you will be responsible for working on research collaborations in the biomarkers/discovery department. You will use molecular profiling to investigate the biological networks activated by diseases and therapeutics in individual patients. Your knowledge of molecular and cellular biology and computational methods will be instrumental in the development of analyses and novel methods for investigating disease as well as response to treatment.
Your background should include strong scientific and computational skills, and an advanced degree in computational biology, bioengineering, or related field. You should have a strong affinity for hypothesis development and testing in a collaborative research environment, and a strong desire to learn new things. Excellent communication skills and a strong customer focus are desired. You will work in a highly skilled team environment, working closely with other scientists and computational scientists, as well as software engineers, statisticians, and project managers. Your team will collaborate with leading pharmaceutical and consumer product scientists, working together to solve some of the toughest problems in personalized medicine.
Candidates should be – or plan to be – local to the Boston area, and authorized to work in the US. While the skills below are desired, if you meet only some of the criteria but can demonstrate problem solving acumen and a drive to learn new skills in a fast-paced environment, we encourage you to apply.