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Associate Research Scientist
The Stockwell Lab in Department of Biological Sciences is seeking an Associate Research Scientist as part of a collaboration with Penn State as part of the NIH Human Biomolecular Atlas Program (HubMAP), which seeks to map the human body at single cell resolution. We are seeking a data scientist with a passion for solving complex, open-ended problems. The scientist will participate in the development of novel algorithms for the integration of metabolic, lipidomic and proteomic information in 2D/3D in large-scale biological data sets.The incumbent will be responsible for the following:Development of a deep-learning model to improve the annotation of mass-spectrometry spectra from multiomics profiling.Employing machine learning to prioritize single-cell omics


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