This position is about the development of integrative analysis methods for multidimensional data sets from a variety of next generation sequencing (NGS) technologies and their implementation in form of R/Bioconductor packages. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: (I) Ph.D. and/or postdoctoral training in an area related to computational biology, biostatistics and genome biology. (II) Several years of experience with R/Bioconductor package development including programming in C/C++. (III) High-level of proficiency in analyzing NGS data, including RNA-Seq, ChIP-Seq, Methyl-Seq, VAR-Seq, etc. (IV) Strong publication record. OTHER HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE: (i) Data analysis programming environments for reproducible research. (ii) Parallelization of data analysis tasks on computer clusters. (iii) Experience with Python, database and web service development is also a plus. To apply for this position, please email your CV, statement of research interests and names of at least three references to Thomas Girke (email@example.com).
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This position requires several years of experience in computational biology, statistics, database design and data mining with strong publications records in several of these areas. The candidate should be proficient in at least one of the common programming languages that are used in bioinformatics: C, Python, Java, Perl or R. Experience with web and database programming is also beneficial. To apply for this position, please email your CV and a statement of research interests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This position requires experience in computational chemistry, drug-informatics, QSAR/phramacophore modeling and data mining with strong publications records in several of these areas. The candidate should be proficient in at least one of the common programming languages that are used in cheminformatics: C, Python, Java, Perl or R. Experience with web and database programming is also beneficial. To apply for this position, please email your CV and a statement of research interests to email@example.com.
New graduate student positions may become available depending on funding throughout the year. Interested students want to inquire by email about potential openings and rotation projects.
Several postions are available for undergraduate students who are interested in participating in challenging genome data science projects in various research areas in biology and drug discovery. The required skills are experience with data analysis programming languages such as R, Python and C++. Experience with open-source databases (MySQL/PostgreSQL) and web programming is also a plus. The minimum time commitment is 15-20h per week for a period of at least 18 months. Full-time employment during the summer break is possible. To apply for these positions, please email your CV with a detailed outline of your computational skills to firstname.lastname@example.org.