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NGDx Bioinformatics Investigator

  • Cambridge (Cambridgeshire)
  • Développement informatique

Description de l'offre

Job Description

The Next Generation Diagnostics (NGDx) group in NIBR Oncology applies cutting edge technologies and analytical approaches to elucidate the molecular basis for therapeutic response in individual cancer patients. NGDx generates sequencing data from thousands of oncology clinical trial samples and brings hypotheses from biomarker discovery to bear on drug discovery and development. A standardized processing and curation approach across disparate trials provides a foundation for advanced datamining and biological discovery.

We are seeking a computational biologist who will advance the translation of genomic data (e.g. RNA-sequencing and cell-free DNA-sequencing) to biomarker discovery in clinical trials. The successful candidate will nurture close collaborations with oncology clinical trial teams, and will contribute to the interpretation of candidate biomarkers. Specific job responsibilities include:
• Collaborate on the design and execution of genomic biomarker profiling studies in oncology clinical trials
• Design and perform analyses of genomic data (gene expression and genetic variation) and clinical variables to test and discover biomarkers for response and resistance to therapy
• Develop innovative analytical approaches with translational impact for clinical genomic data
• Communicate key findings and biological context to clinical trial teams
• Serve as a project leader to oversee workflow of sample processing and data transfer, in collaboration with project managers and data engineers
Posting Title

NGDx Bioinformatics Investigator

Profil recherché

Minimum requirements

• Ph.D. in bioinformatics, genetics, genomics, molecular biology, computer science, statistics, or related field
• Track record of peer-reviewed publications that apply analytical methods and biological interpretation to next-generation sequencing data (DNA-seq and RNA-seq data)
• Solid understanding of genomics and cancer genetics
• Demonstrated statistical and analytical ability with programming expertise in R
• Detail-oriented, self-motivated and scientifically driven with proficient reasoning skills in experimental design, data analysis and interpretation.
• Effective prioritization among multiple projects
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
• Proven ability to work effectively within a team
• Proficiency with Linux tools and Python preferred
Job Type

Full Time
Country

USA
Work Location

Cambridge, MA
Functional Area

Research & Development
Division

NIBR
Business Unit

Oncology NIBR
Employment Type

Regular
Company/Legal Entity

NIBRI
EEO Statement

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