Knowledge and experience in basic and advance analyses of NGS data (ChIP-seq, RNA-seq, ATAC-seq, Hi-C, Bisulfite sequencing, etc.).Â
Designs and perform formal evaluation of informatics methods and products.
Manipulates publicly accessible, commercial, or proprietary genomic, proteomic, or post-genomic databases.Â
Participates in creating data algorithms and specialized computer software to identify and classify components of a biological system (i.e. DNA and protein sequences).Â
Applies basic application of computational tools and information technology to gather, analyze and visualize data in biology and biomedical research.Â
Interprets data analysis of high throughput genomics, proteomics and genetic data.Â
Plans own resources to implement or modify existing web-based bioinformatics tools.Â
Performs other related work as needed.Â
Bachelorâ™s in Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Computer Science, Mathematics, or a related field.Â
Author of at least one research articlewhere the candidate contributed to bioinformatics analyses.Â Â
Experience in single cell genomic analyses.Â
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