We are looking for a motivated Bioinformatics Scientist to join the Department of Biomedical Informatics at Harvard Medical School, for an exciting opportunity in steering how clinical genomics data will be organized, curated, and displayed in a new genomics analysis platform.
Genome sequencing is becoming a routine approach for diagnosing genetic diseases, as well as discovering new disease mechanisms. As the number of patients referred to genetic screening is increasing, there is a clear need to build effective solutions to manage their data for clinical applications. The same data also provides opportunities for research and discovery.
The Clinical Genomic Analysis Platform (CGAP) at Harvard Medical School is as a scalable research and clinical web-based application for analysis, annotation, visualization, and reporting of genomic data. We are currently extending the platform to find somatic mutations in cancer samples, predict best therapies and detect the disease early.
The scope of this role will include developing, automating and implementing leading edge software tools for human genomics.
To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Dominik Glodzik at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tagged as: Computer Science, Life Sciences
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