Job:Two software engineering jobs at Cambridge University/NIHR BioResource for Rare diseases
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There are two software engineering positions now open at the University of Cambridge that may be of interest to people on Biostars

Please see: http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/5344/ and http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/5348/ for full details and how to apply

The NIHR BioResource - Rare Diseases Translational Research Collaboration (NIHR RD-TRC) has been established to identify genetic causes of rare diseases, improve rates of diagnosis and enable studies to develop and validate treatments; thus improving care for those with rare diseases and their families. The work programme will address many challenges: maximising the laboratory pipeline for whole genome analyses, exploiting the potential of whole genome information and assembling the complete patient record from many data sources

The Clinical Research service team provides the systems and services which enable the delivery of the innovative deep phenotyping required for the programme. Team activities include the management of core clinical data systems (based on OpenClinica), the delivery of user support & usability improvements and the development of clinical data sets for research.

We are looking for two software engineers to join this team and help deliver the software and hardware infrastructure that we are building for the RD-TRC.

Please apply through the Cambridge University jobs website (linked above) and contact me if you have any questions at sh825 (at) medschl.cam.ac.uk.

Closing date: December 4th 2014

Thanks
Sarah

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I'm going to bump these up again (not sure if that's the correct etiquette or not :-) ) but response so far has been less than hoped - there's another 2 weeks that these are open, so please apply if interested.

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