A postdoctoral fellow position on multi-omics data visualization is available in the Gumus lab at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS) in New York City. The person hired for this position, who will be mentored by Dr. Gumus, will lead the development of an interactive web interface to explore multi –omics datasets on cancer patient immunotherapy trials. The lab is at the department of genetics and genomics, precision immunology institute and the Tisch cancer center of ISMMS.
We are currently accepting applications from talented people who have excellent programming and communication skills to join our group. A PHD in computer science or related field is required. Knowledge of genomics, immunology or cancer biology is a plus, but not a requirement. The person who fills this position will be responsible for co-architecting, developing, configuring and operating data visualization portals and/or software. Some of the tools developed by our group in the past include ImmuneRegulation (immuneregulation.mssm.edu) and ProNetView (http://ccrcc.cptac-network-view.org/).
Individuals who are members of groups identified by the NIH as historically underrepresented in science are especially encouraged to apply. Interested individuals should send their CV and a brief description of their research interest in this position to Dr. Gumus.
The ideal candidate is driven, self-sufficient in coding, has excellent communication skills, enjoys teamwork and with a degree in computer science or related fields.
Compensation is commensurate with experience/education.
About Mount Sinai
Internationally regarded for its dedication to medicine, ISMMS is home to an array of leading research institutes, centers, and laboratories, all of which work towards rapidly translating advances in basic science into innovative patient care. Besides a competitive stipend, postdocs are eligible for a number of benefits including medical, dental, and vision coverage, along with a variety of life insurance and disability plans. ISMMS’ BeneFlex program allows you to tailor these options to suit your own needs.
Contact: zeynep.gumus AT mssm.edu
Lab web: http://research.mssm.edu/gumuslab
At least one year of experience in distributed storage and processing of Big Data
Experience with SQL systems (Postgresql, MySQL, SQL Server, etc); UNIX, R, etc.
A year of experience processing genomics data
Experience with common bioinformatics databases and genome browsers (e.g. dbGap, GenBank, dbSNP, IGV, UCSC, etc)
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