Job:Two Bioinformatician Job Offers In Sophia Genetics - Lausanne (Switzerland)
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Sophia Genetics SA helps clinical laboratories that perform routine clinical genetic analysis for personalized healthcare to overcome the cost and complexity related to the bioinformatics analysis, highly secured banking and reliable interpretation of the massive quantity of patient data generated by Next Generation Sequencing. We are situated on the PSE, on the EPFL campus near Lausanne; 10 minutes walk from Lake Geneva. Our goal is to simplify and enhance genetic testing providing the most efficient bioinformatics solution for clinical genetic data analysis. Our solution combines a client - server data management and visualization tool with a high performance bioinformatics pipeline to analyze genetic sequence data. We use a wide range of technology, including JAVA, JavaScript, Hadoop HDFS and many open source R, C, C++, Python and Perl tools, in a predominantly Linux environment. The challenge is to provide a scalable, parallel analysis solution, together with a simple to use graphical user interface to give geneticists a manageable way to handle the large amounts of data, and help them interpret the increasingly complicated results in a compact, graphical way. Today Sophia Genetics is active in Switzerland and is preparing to enter the rest of Europe.

For the first job offer, the successful candidate will take the main development role of re-engineering and optimizing the pipeline for genome sequence alignment and variant detection. This will involve choosing appropriate parallelization techniques for currently sequential operations, as well as the implementation and parallelization of bioinformatics algorithms. More info here.

For the second job offer, the successful candidate will take the main development role of re-engineering and optimizing the pipeline for genome sequence alignment and variant detection. This will involve choosing appropriate parallelization techniques for currently sequential operations, as well as the implementation and parallelization of bioinformatics algorithms. More info here.

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