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Default Bioinformatics programmer position at research lab at the University of Florida

The Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases is seeking an OPS computer programmer. Applicants are invited for a computer programming position, focusing on bioinformatic studies of HIV/HCV biology and human-associated microbiota in health and disease. The programmer will be responsible for writing custom applications and developing workflow/analysis pipelines to support projects in the laboratory. The laboratory employs next-generation, high-throughput sequencing technology, so the candidate must be able to rapidly develop and implement web-based and report-based tools to process and analyze large volume of high-throughput sequence data. A wide range of tools from various disciplines of computer science (clustering/phylogeny/string-matching algorithms) and math (statistical, significance tests) are used for analysis of our data.

The ideal candidate should hold a BS or MS in a scientific or engineering discipline and have completed coursework in bioinformatics, biology, computer science, and statistics. Applicants should have experience in web-based programming, working in a Unix/Linux environment, programming in R, scripting language (e.g. Perl), SQL, and biology/bioinformatics. The ideal candidate should be able to learn new languages, techniques, methods, and algorithms as needed. Additional experience in statistical analysis, and database management is a plus.

Lab website is located here: http://wanglab.medicine.ufl.edu/

Applicants should send resumes/CVs to the email address listed on the site.
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