Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Location: Hyde Park Campus
Work collaboratively with other scientists on experimental and computational projects, and investigate how the human brain develops and goes awry.
Co-design and analyze large-scale and high-throughput datasets (next generation sequencing, single cell RNA sequencing, CRISPR mediated genetic screening, etc).
Apply and develop customized computational solutions to support new types of assays and experiments.â‹
Generate figures and reports, and automate the production of such results as components of computational pipelines.Â
Report data and share results to supervisor and team at lab meetings, plan projects and experiments, and ensure that projects support current team goals.Â
Evaluate, document, and maintain computational pipelines, both for team use and to support biologists in the scientific community.
Provide computational support to the team, contribute to generation of protocols, publications, and intellectual property.Â
Assists in analyzing data for the purpose of extracting applicable information.Â Performs research projects that provide analysis for a number of programs and initiatives.
May assist staff or faculty with data manipulation, statistical applications, programming, analysis and modeling on a scheduled or ad-hoc basis.
Performs other related work as needed.
Master's degree in related field
Minimum of four years experience working with statistics/data analysis
Ability to work independently
Ability to work on multiple projects
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