Job:Staff Scientist (Cancer Genomics) - The Genome Institute, Washington University, Stl
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10.9 years ago

We currently have an opening for a Staff Scientist in The Genome Institute at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. It's a great place to work, and a fantastic place to do bioinformatics and cancer research. This position will also have substantial opportunities to be involved in clinical cancer sequence analysis. Link to the full job description and application:

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This position will work with a dedicated team of researchers investigating Cancer Genomics. As one of only three NIH funded large-scale sequencing centers in the United States, The Genome Institute is involved in numerous collaborations and projects studying the genomics of myriad tumor types. This position will involve:

  1. Evaluation and design of experimental plans for sequencing-based projects studying the genetic basis of cancer, tumor clonality, tumor progression, tumor treatment response and other cancer-related studies.
  2. Cooperation with computer scientists to implement automated pipelines for analysis of high throughput sequencing data.
  3. Interpretation and integration of genetic and epigenetic changes in cancer including mutations, gene expression data, epigenetic modification, copy number and structural variation.
  4. Integrated pathway and gene network analysis related to cancer.
  5. Interaction with teams of diverse internal and external collaborators including oncologists, computer scientists, biologists, and other geneticists/statisticians.

If you have questions, please feel free to drop me a note (email in profile).

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10.8 years ago

Just chiming in to say that WashU is a great place to work. We've got some fantastically interesting projects going on that will help to shape the future of genomic medicine.

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