Great opportunity to make Sweden your new home and become part of its vibrant life-science community!
Today, the SciLifeLab and Wallenberg National Program for Data-Driven Life Science (DDLS) announced to expand its national bioinformatics and data infrastructures with more than 20 permanent staff members to support Swedish scientists performing data-driven research. These positions will help establish four new national Data Science Nodes across Sweden, each one primarily focusing on one of the four strategic research areas within the program (Cell and molecular biology, Precision medicine and diagnostics, Evolution and biodiversity, Epidemiology and biology of infections). One of the main objectives of the program is to train and recruit the next generation of data-driven life scientists and by doing so, create strong and globally competitive computational and data science capabilities in Swedish life science.
The Data Science Nodes will be located in connection to strong local research environments at leading Swedish universities, with the staff still fully integrated with SciLifeLab’s unique national teams at the Bioinformatics platform (NBIS) and the SciLifeLab Data Centre.
If you are (or know someone who is) a system developer, Data engineer, Data steward, AI and Machine Learning expert, or a Bioinformatics expert in fields, including (but not limited to) clinical molecular profiling and diagnostics, single-cell and spatial -omics, evolution, environmental omics, immunology and host-interaction systems, and structural bioinformatics, don’t miss this opportunity and join our emerging Data Science Nodes and play a key role in data-driven life science!
More information and all open positions can be found on a dedicated career page.