Under the direction of the Director of the Center for Medical Genetic and Genomics and the Chief of the Division of Nephrology, the Bioinformatician will support all aspects of genomic data management and analysis.
Conduct standard analyses for genome-sequencing
Implement structures and platforms for genome-sequencing analytics and clinical interpretation, including development of some customized pipelines
Implement structures and platforms for integration of phenotypic and genomic data
Develop customized tools and pipelines for analysis of genome sequence and phenotype data
Contribute to the scientific proposals and requests for resources to complete scientific goals
Oversee and ensure compliance with data security and IRB rules
Perform related duties and responsibilities as needed
Bachelor's degree in Bioinformatics or related field, or equivalent in education and experience, plus four years of related experience
Experience in bioinformatics and genetics field
Outstanding knowledge of bioinformatics, genomics, computing and programming
Detailed knowledge of existing genome sequencing informatics platforms, web-based tools for analysis and processing of genome sequence data
Ability to troubleshoot such pipelines
Master's or Postdoctoral degree in relevant filed would substitute for experience
Knowledge of electronic health records data structure and relevant analytic methods
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
Internal Number: 502221
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