Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Location: Hyde Park Campus
1) Calculate genetic risk scores for prediction of breast cancer.
2) Analyze big genetic/genomic data (such as SNP, RNA splicing, and gene expression) by using existing software and/or developing statistical and computational tools.
3) Develop figures, tables, and reports and participate in manuscript writing.
4) This position can be renewed after one year depending on the NIH funding availability.
1)Training in computer science, statistics,and/or other quantitative skills.
1) Bachelorâ™s, or Master's degree in a computer science or other quantitative fields, such as bioinformatics, computational biology, statistics, biostatistics, mathematics, physics, economics, or social sciences, with interest in genetics/genomics. 2) Candidates with degrees in genetics or related fields with strong computational and statistical expertise are also encouraged to apply.
1) Possess practical experience in data analysis.
2) Fluency in Linux, standard bioinformatics tools (R and/or Python)
1) Cover letter
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