We've had a position open up in our analysis group here at WashU. The full HR-approved job description is linked below, but the bottom line is that we're doing some fantastically interesting cancer genomics projects here at TGI and we're looking for some awesome bioinformaticians to contribute to the effort. If you like the idea of using petabytes of data from thousands of tumors to improve the way we diagnose and treat cancer patients, we'd love to have you on board.
It's hugely rewarding work that results in lots of high-profile publications and a we have great group of collaborators, both within Washington University and at many external institutions.
Hit the link for full details and to apply, but feel free to email me with questions about the position (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Here's a taste of some of the things to come out of TGI recently:
multidimensional studies of particular tumor types: Genomic and Epigenomic Landscapes of Adult De Novo Acute Myeloid Leukemia
pan-cancer analyses - Mutational landscape and significance across 12 major cancer types
working with St. Jude to study childhood cancers - Pediatric Cancer Genome Project
Tools for inferring the clonal architecture of heterogeneous tumors - sciClone
A database that enables mining of the druggable genome - DGIdb
Many additional projects are described on our website: http://genome.wustl.edu/