Senior Cancer Bioinformatician at Massive Bio LLC in New York, NY, United States

Massive Bio LLC
Job Location
New York, NY 10006
Job Description

We are seeking full­time or part­time Software Engineers and Bioinformaticians, with a specialization in cancer genomics, preferably residing in or near New York City, to develonovel methods and workflows that process and interpret massive amounts of DNA/mRNA sequence data from popular sequencing platforms. Brief job description can be found at



- Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Computational Biology, Bioinformatics, or arelated field. A master's degree or higher is strongly preferred

- 3-­5 years of experience in software engineering, bioinformatics, with a deep understanding of cancer biology; 1­-2 years of industry experience preferred

- Ability to convert customer requirements into product specifications and stronganalytical skills for troubleshooting technical or operational issues

- Experience with Unix, Python, Java, Perl, Docker, and SQL required

- Experience with user interface (UI) frameworks such as Django/Flask for Python, GWT/JSF/Spring for Java, JavaScript, CSS/HTML

How to Apply

Interested candidates should send Selin Kurnaz a CV, or feel free to text/call me at (734) 262-1020.

About Our Organization

Massive Bio is a healthcare informatics startup specializing in best practices workflows for cancer diagnostics, that deliver simple and intuitive clinically relevant reports for the interpretation of genome sequence data, closely integrated with patient specific clinical information. We started our journey with cancer but our workflows can be easily extended for other therapeutic areas, that benefit from massively parallel DNA sequencing.

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