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Position: Bioinformatician Research Fellow
Institution: University of East Anglia
Location: Norwich, Norfolk, United Kingdom
Duties: You will take a leading role in managing, administrating and performing analyses in the Pan-Prostate Cancer Group Initiative. In particular, you should have a passion for project management and data management. You should enjoy working with databases and making sure data is collected and organised and such a way that it can be optimally used in analyses. You will also help lead and carry out bioinformatics research on a dataset of over 2000 prostate cancers that will address clinically relevant problems. You will take a major role in the dissemination of research findings and help prepare bids for research funding. You will also be expected to mentor early career colleagues and co-ordinate the work of research and other staff
Requirements: You will have significant postdoctoral experience, a PhD degree or equivalent experience in computer science or a relevant numeric biological subject, (e.g. bioinformatics, computational biology), strong organisational skills and a good track record in publications. You will have experience of working on sequence data; next generation sequence data and/or large genomics datasets and experience of managing a project with large amounts of data. Experience in machine learning, clinical statistics, data management, databases, and cancer research are advantageous
   
Text: Bioinformatician Research Fellow You will take a leading role in managing, administrating and performing analyses in the Pan-Prostate Cancer Group Initiative. In particular, you should have a passion for project management and data management. You should enjoy working with databases and making sure data is collected and organised and such a way that it can be optimally used in analyses. You will also help lead and carry out bioinformatics research on a dataset of over 2000 prostate cancers that will address clinically relevant problems. You will take a major role in the dissemination of research findings and help prepare bids for research funding. You will also be expected to mentor early career colleagues and co-ordinate the work of research and other staff You will have significant postdoctoral experience, a PhD degree or equivalent experience in computer science or a relevant numeric biological subject, (e.g. bioinformatics, computational biology), strong organisational skills and a good track record in publications. You will have experience of working on sequence data; next generation sequence data and/or large genomics datasets and experience of managing a project with large amounts of data. Experience in machine learning, clinical statistics, data management, databases, and cancer research are advantageous
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