The Experimental Hematology group at the Institute of Oncology Research (IOR) in Bellinzona, Switzerland, is seeking a Bio-informaticianfor the project entitled: Multi-omics analysis in B cell neoplasia
The ideal candidate must possess bio-informatics experience in: Analysis of targeted resequencing, Whole Exon/Genome Sequencing and RNA-Seq experiments. Ability to independently setup pipelines for the analysis of other genomic data (ATAC-seq, ChIP-seq). Develop bioinformatics tools to compile and analyze “big data”, including longitudinal assessment of combined mutational profiles, gene expression and phosphoproteomics. Knowledge of basic machine learning for the integration of multi-omics data, assessment of validity and prediction accuracy of tools developed. Advanced competences in medical statistics (survival, regressions, metaanalyses). Perfect knowledge of R. Knowledge of SPSS and MATLAB is a plus. Problem-solving to overcome technical challenges (including basic Linux operation and operation of bioinformatics analysis pipelines). Ability to deliver comprehensive and clear visualization of the data analysed
Bio informatician in Experimental Hematology Start date June The Experimental Hematology group at the Institute of Oncology Research (IOR) in Bellinzona, Switzerland, www.ior.usi.ch) headed by Dr. Davide Rossi, is seeking a BIO INFORMATICIAN (100% employment contract) for the project entitled: The candidate must be highly motivated with a personal interest in translational studies. The ideal candidate must possess bio informatics experience in: Analysis of targeted resequencing, Whole Exon/Genome Sequencing and page 2 / 2 /MCI; 1 ;/MCI; 1 ; /MCI; 2 ;/MCI; 2 ;Initial appointment : 1 year. Where : Bellinzona, the capital of Ticino, the scenic southern part of Swi tzerland. When : the position is available starting from June 2019 Applicants should submit by email: Deadline for application: May 15 , 2019
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