1) The Data Scientist will sift through large amounts of data with the ultimate goal of making discoveries that can make a difference in the health of people.
2) Maintain lab's computational software.
3) Provide technical support for lab's computational software
4) Perform reproducible genomic data analysis
5) Provide internal support for computational software and workflows
6) Design and implementing research that focuses on investigation of human genome function in healthy and disease cohorts.
7) Perform integrative statistical analysis of genome-wide genomic datasets.
8) Write and implement efficient and effective code and pipelines for data processing and analysis.
9) Coordinate work with other scientists in the laboratory and collaborating effectively on joint research projects.
10) Download and organize data repositories.
11) Recognize abnormal results and troubleshooting analytic pipelines to correct problems.
12) Adapt existing procedures to current work needs and making significant contributions to analysis methodology.
13) Summarize results and assist in interpreting findings.
14) Present findings at internal and external venues, and in written publications.
15) Assist in supervising laboratory trainees.
16) Assist in grant writing. Â
1) Knowledge of regulatory policies and procedures. 2) Analytical skills. 3) Problem-solving skills. 4) Attention to detail. 5) Organizational skills. 6) Verbal and written communication skills. 7) Ability to work independently and as part of a team. 8) Ability to train others.
9) Version control experience.
1)Bachelor degree in statistics, computer science, genetics, bioinformatics, computational biology, population genetics or a field of study relevant to the research being conducted
1)Experience using languages such as Java, Perl, Python, R or PHP 2) Experience with Linux and/or Unix
3) Experience with cloud computing 4) Experience in project management
2) Cover letter
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