Develop new and innovative Shiny apps in a scalable way to facilitate genomics data accessing and sharing
Plans own resources to implement web-based bioinformatics tools
Implements sequencing data analysis and taxonomy classification.
Performs data analysis of high throughput genomics and transcriptomics.
Designs and customizes data algorithms and specialized computer software to identify and classify components of a biological system (e.g. DNA and protein sequences).
Develops models, databases or software applications.
Support all phases of bioinformatics activities by devising or modify procedures to solve complex problems.
Customize existing applications to meet specific scientific project needs.
Work in collaboration with faculty and researchers to complete projects in a timely and efficient manner.
Produce, present and discuss high quality data analysis reports.
Participate in the communication of results through scientific publications.
Develop programs to perform analyses and generate both routine and ad hoc reports.
Guides with researchers to analyze problems, recommend technology-based solutions, or determine computational strategies.
Designs and perform formal evaluation of informatics methods and products.
Manipulates publicly accessible, commercial, or proprietary genomic, proteomic, or post-genomic databases.
Performs other related work as needed.
Additional Job Description
Masterâ™s degree in Bioinformatics, Biomedical Sciences, Public Health, or a related field.
Minimum of 5 years experience working on the analysis of the microbiota and microbiome associated genomic sequences with a range of different experimental and clinical samples.
Extensive knowledge of microbial metabolic pathways.
Experience working on Linux and/or Unix systems, bash scripting.
Expertise with Machine Learning and Shiny Fundamentals.
Experience with RNA-Seq analysis.
Participation in workshops focusing on the analysis of next-generation sequencing data.
Must work closely with students, postdoctoral fellows and faculty members.
Must pay great attention to detail and help investigators design studies that will provide useful and ultimately publishable data.
In some circumstances, must have flexibility in order to provide analyses that are required for grant or presentation deadlines.
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