Job: Looking for Senior Bioinformatics programmer (location: Pune, India)
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aphatak40 wrote:

Name of the post: Senior Bioinformatics Engineer

No. of post: 1

Location: NCL Venture Center, Pashan, Pune, India

inDNA Research Labs, a startup in the clinical genomics space, is currently seeking a talented, motivated and experienced Bioinformatician. As a Bioinformatics engineer, you will be part of our research and development team and work on a variety of project with a focus on developing a clinical genomics/NGS platform.

Qualifications:

  • PhD or masters degree in bioinformatics
  • Minimum 4 years of job experience

Required Skills:

  • Good exposure to Next Generation Sequencing tools/data sets. Hands-on experience with sequence alignment and variant analysis using NGS.
  • Familiarity with elementary concepts of genetics (chromosome, gene, allele, transcript, CNV, SNP/InDel)
  • Experience with data analysis tools and hands-on skills with languages such as R, Perl or Python.
  • Experience with TCGA and COSMIC datasets. Good understanding of genomic databases and their annotations (For example: GenBank, RefSeq, ENSEMBL, dbSNP etc).
  • Proficiency in communicating an understanding of genetics details
  • You have an enthusiastic can-do mentality and have good verbal and written communication skills.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Participate in testing, implementing, designing, and deploying NGS clinical diagnostics pipelines and systems.
  • Database integration: Compilation and integration of the bioinformatics resources used to analyze different types of cancer datasets
  • Data analysis:  Exploring different tools/packages which are used for clinical next generation sequencing data analysis
  • Collaborate with internal technical team or external partners in understanding requirements for tools development to enhance workflow efficiency and robustness

Interested candidates should email their CV to jobs@indna.in

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