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Position: Computational Biologist/Data Scientist
Institution: Seattle Children's
Location: United States
Duties: Provide consulting supporting BTCCCR goals and initiatives, identifying potential areas for development of new methods, ensuring center researchers are appropriately using and analyzing "omics" datasets. Provides technical leadership by working with Lead Data Analyist and Investigators on initiatives. Implements best practices for data storage and organization as advised by Lead Data Analyist; Apply expert problem-solving and critical thinking in data science and analytics methodologies; Provide consulting to identify requirements and create technical solutions to scientific problems, and make recommendations that help set strategic and technical direction of bioinformatics within BTCCCR; Mentors peers as needed
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or higher in Computational Biology, Computational Immunology, Biostatistics, or related field and 2+ years' relevant experience OR a Master's in a STEM or relevant analytical field, with evidence of work or applied research experience using data science tools and methods; Experience with omics or other high dimensional data analysis and pipelines, e.g. next-generation sequencing, proteomics, metabolomics, epigenomics, phenotypic readouts, imaging, and clinical data, including experience developing and using statistical models and algorithms
   
Text: Computational Biologist/Data Scientist Provide consulting supporting BTCCCR goals and initiatives, identifying potential areas for development of new methods, ensuring center researchers are appropriately using and analyzing "omics" datasets. Provides technical leadership by working with Lead Data Analyist and Investigators on initiatives. Implements best practices for data storage and organization as advised by Lead Data Analyist; Apply expert problem-solving and critical thinking in data science and analytics methodologies; Provide consulting to identify requirements and create technical solutions to scientific problems, and make recommendations that help set strategic and technical direction of bioinformatics within BTCCCR; Mentors peers as needed Bachelor’s degree or higher in Computational Biology, Computational Immunology, Biostatistics, or related field and 2+ years' relevant experience OR a Master's in a STEM or relevant analytical field, with evidence of work or applied research experience using data science tools and methods; Experience with omics or other high dimensional data analysis and pipelines, e.g. next-generation sequencing, proteomics, metabolomics, epigenomics, phenotypic readouts, imaging, and clinical data, including experience developing and using statistical models and algorithms
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