The Garmire Laboratory in the Department of Computational Medicine & Bioinformatics is seeking a Bioinformatician-Intermediate to develop and apply deep-learnng and machine learning methods to integrate genomics, pathology, and electronic health record data for disease diagnosis and prediction analysis. This position will also provide management opportunities to guide the work of students and staff.
Develop and apply deep-learning and machine learning methods to integrate genomics, pathology and electronic health record data for disease diagnosis and prediction analysis.
Collaborate with others to develop new computational methods to integrate data sets, help with technical questions and troubleshooting.
Write and publish scientific results.
Lead a team of master graduate students and train new students.
Other minimal lab management takss upon assignment.
MS degree from data science, computer science, or other closely related field.
Experience in at least two domains in characteristic of the bioinformatics, including at least one biological/biomedical/clinical science/and one quantitative/informatics/computing science, with aptitude for others
Excellent programming skills in languages such as R and Python.
Good interpersonal communication skills.
Two years working experience as full time professional.
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