The Center for Statistical Genetics in the Neurology Department is searching for a qualified postdoctoral bioinformatician to aid in a research project focused on the genetic background of various Mendelian disorders, including hearing loss and neurodevelopmental disorders. The goal of this research is to expand our knowledge on the genetic etiology of these disorders and improve diagnostic testing. The candidate will aid in the analysis of a variety of genetic techniques. We are looking for a talented, passionate, and highly motivated individual to take part in our research mission and to lead the computational efforts in our group.
Duties will include, but will not be limited to:
Create and maintain bioinformatic pipelines on a high-computing cluster
Lead the analysis of novel techniques and novel "omic" data types
Participate in data interpretation such as data quality control, variant interpretation and classification
Utilize good coding practices including versioning (eg. Github) and writing detailed documentation
Participate in manuscript writing and the presentation of results in scientific meetings
Work independently and in a team of scientists
Experience in analyzing next generation sequencing data
Comfortable with job submission on a high-computing cluster
Effective communication, organization and documentation skills
Excellent trouble shooting skills
Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Pay Transparency Disclosure
The salary of the finalist selected for this role will be set based on a variety of factors, including but not limited to departmental budgets, qualifications, experience, education, licenses, specialty, and training. The above hiring range represents the University's good faith and reasonable estimate of the range of possible compensation at the time of posting.
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