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Old 09-17-2013, 02:22 PM   #1
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Default Oncology Bioinformatics Investigator

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Basic qualifications:

Ph.D. with specialization in bioinformatics, genomics, epigenetics, cancer biology, translational medicine, molecular diagnostics, or a closely related field.
3+ years experience in bioinformatics and the application of bioinformatics in cancer research or development of cancer medicines.
Demonstrated expertise in more than one of the following areas: germline and/or somatic cancer genetics (SNP arrays, exome-seq, WGS), epigenetics data analysis (ChIP-seq, DNA methylation), genome copy number analysis, transcriptomics analysis (RNA-Seq, oligo-arrays), proteomics, cell line and animal models of cancer, signal transduction, clinical assay development, etc.
Experience in developing NGS data processing and analysis pipelines. Experience with multi-platform genomics data integration.

Preferred qualifications:

Proficient in Unix and Windows, scripting languages (R, Perl, Python, etc.), bioinformatics tools and databases. Proficient in basic statistics concepts and methods.
Experience of working with wet lab scientists. Excellent communication skills and ability to work in a matrix environment. Interested in working on personalized personalized cancer therapy and molecular biomarker development.


As a member of the bioinformatics team in Oncology R&D, will be responsible for providing bioinformatics support to pre- and clinical oncology programs. Will perform management and analysis of data generated from high throughput genomics platforms such as Illumina NGS and Affymetrix arrays. Will conduct genomics research to identify molecular biomarkers for targeted cancer therapy, and provide insight in drug combination strategies. Act as an integrated team member in cancer therapeutic research, biomarker ID and validation, companion diagnostics development, etc. Provide genomics expertise to research and clinical teams.
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