As a biostatistician and bioinformatician, I have been trying to find a job for a while. However, I am still hopeful and excited to improve my skills in the field. While I continue my job search, I am interested in finding projects that I can work on to enhance my knowledge and experience.
I am passionate about biostatistics and bioinformatics and I believe that these fields are essential for advancing medical research and improving human health. My Master's degree in Bioinformatics and Biostatistics, combined with my experience as a nurse, have equipped me with the necessary skills to contribute meaningfully to any project or team.
I am a happy individual and thrive in team environments. I am always willing to learn and take on new challenges, and I believe that my eagerness to learn, combined with my previous experience and education, make me a strong candidate for any position or project.
In conclusion, I am actively seeking job opportunities in biostatistics and bioinformatics, but I am also open to taking on projects that will allow me to improve my skills and gain more experience in the field. I am excited about the future and look forward to contributing to the scientific community in any way possible.
If someone can reach me about some jobs or projects I would really appreciate it.
Great answer, narrowing it down the the key points!
thank you ATpoint ! means a lot coming from a veteran :-)
I'll work around that. In my Github I only have the last project i created. A package to manage health data and to predict patient demands. But i understand your point. I'll make myself a portfolio.
Thank for the tips!
This is getting a bit in the weeds, but if you are going to retrofit prior work, or build something new considering making something like a Docker Image that instantiates a useable bioinformatics pipeline.
There are a couple benefits here. 1) You can start with, and build upon, an existing Docker Image, such as this image of GATK. 2) An employer could potentially download your workflow and see that it actually works. 3) They will know you are familiar with techniques that maximize re-usability of code.
Of course this is by no means the only way forward. Just a thought.