To work within the bioinformatics team of the Turajlic lab, and collaborating groups at Francis Crick Institute and beyond, including academic and industry partners; To conduct analyses of genomic and transcriptomic data, using established pipelines; To analyse multi-region sequencing data, identifying somatic mutations, copy number aberrations and reconstructing phylogenetic trees; To employ novel informatics methods to apply to cell-free and single cell data including in-situ transcriptomics; To liaise and coordinate between the project collaborators which include clinicians, cancer biologists, machine learning experts and mathematical modellers
PhD in bioinformatics or a relevant discipline; Prior experience in cancer genomics would be preferred; Fluent in shell scripting and at least one of the following programming languages: R or Python; Excellent general computational skills; Understanding of mathematics and statistics; Evidence of independent and original contribution to research; Ability to manage projects setting timelines, analysing, presenting and writing up the conclusions
Please click here, if the job didn't load correctly.
Please wait. You are being redirected to the job in 3 seconds.