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Position: Bioinformatics/Genetic Statistician
Institution: St George's, University of London
Location: London, United Kingdom
Duties: We are looking to appoint an exceptional person to join the Inherited Cardiac Conditions research team at St George’s to deliver an exciting and innovative research project funded by The British Heart Foundation: ‘The Genomic basis of Unexplained Cardiac Arrest: The GenUCA Investigators’ in collaboration with the Dutch Heart Foundation and the German Centre for Cardiovascular Research (DZHK). The successful candidate will perform in-depth genetic analyses to uncover inheritable risk factors for cardiac arrest. We expect to identify new and improved ways to prevent sudden death in patients and their relatives
Requirements: A PhD or MSc with a human genomics data analysis focus; Experience in statistical analysis and interpretation of large-scale data especially NGS; Proven track record in a relevant subject (e.g. Bioinformatics/Computational biology/Computer Sciences/Human Genomics/Genetic Statistics); Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; Self-reliant with a high degree of self-motivation but can work in a multi-disciplinary research team; Good organizational skills with high level of attention to detail, self-organisation and timeliness
   
Text: Skip to main content AAA Home Login Register Current Jobs How to Apply Working at St. George's Finding St. George's Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Applying from Overseas Jobs By Email St. George's Home View All Vacancies Bioinformatics/Genetic Statistician Molecular & Clinical Sciences Salary: £42,149 to £43,434 plus London Allowance of £3,195 Fixed Term for 3 years from February 2022 to January 2025 Opening Date: Monday 03 January 2022 Closing Date: Monday 31 January 2022 Interview Date: Wednesday 16 February 2022 Reference: 642-22 We are looking to appoint an exceptional person to join the Inherited Cardiac Conditions research team at St George’s to deliver an exciting and innovative research project funded by The British Heart Foundation: ‘The Genomic basis of Unexplained Cardiac Arrest: The GenUCA Investigators’ in collaboration with the Dutch Heart Foundation and the German Centre for Cardiovascular Research (DZHK). The successful candidate will perform in-depth genetic analyses to uncover inheritable risk factors for cardiac arrest. We expect to identify new and improved ways to prevent sudden death in patients and their relatives. The applicant will have access to whole genome sequencing data from a unique international patient cohort and population controls. Key attributes of the successful applicant include: A PhD or MSc with a human genomics data analysis focus Experience in statistical analysis and interpretation of large-scale data especially NGS. Proven track record in a relevant subject (e.g. Bioinformatics/Computational biology/Computer Sciences/Human Genomics/Genetic Statistics) Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Self-reliant with a high degree of self-motivation but can work in a multi-disciplinary research team Good organizational skills with high level of attention to detail, self-organisation and timeliness For further information about this position and to apply, visit http://jobs.sgul.ac.uk. Flexible working, including part-time or reduced hours of work, opportunities to work from home for many posts, compressed hours and local flexibility in agreeing start and finish times of work are among the extra benefits offered by St George’s, University of London. Please quote reference: 642-22 Closing date: 31 January 2022 Interview date: Interviews will take place on 16 February 2022 Email details to a friend Apply Online Further details: Job Description St George’s is an Equal Opportunities Employer No agencies please St George's, University of London: the UK's only university dedicated to medical and health sciences education, training and research Partner Logos Jobs by Email Jobs by RSS Search jobs Advanced Job Search Privacy Notice & Terms of Use | Frequently Asked Questions | Contact Us | Cookies
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