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Position: Senior Scientist, Biostatistics
Institution: AstraZeneca
Location: Barcelona, Warsaw, Spain, Poland
Duties: Develop new methods and apply them in the interpretation of large human studies, including population-scale omics analyses; Identify opportunities to incorporate additional molecular data into genomic analyses such as proteomics, metabolomics and gene expression data; Use the integration of multi-modal human omics data from diverse populations to understand disease biology, disease mechanisms of causal human genetic discoveries, and lifecycle management; Identify repurposing opportunities for new and existing medicines; Create new methods using multi-omics data to map non-coding regulatory variation to druggable targets; Work with sophisticated phenotype data (e.g., electronic health records and clinical trials) to better identify population subgroups of greatest interest
Requirements: Doctoral degree (or equivalent experience) in biostatistics, bioinformatics, statistical genetics or a related field; Have experience in large-scale human genetic data analysis; Coding skills appropriate for large-scale genomics analysis; Understanding or curiosity about the potential of genomics to impact drug discovery
   
Text: Senior Scientist, Biostatistics Develop new methods and apply them in the interpretation of large human studies, including population-scale omics analyses; Identify opportunities to incorporate additional molecular data into genomic analyses such as proteomics, metabolomics and gene expression data; Use the integration of multi-modal human omics data from diverse populations to understand disease biology, disease mechanisms of causal human genetic discoveries, and lifecycle management; Identify repurposing opportunities for new and existing medicines; Create new methods using multi-omics data to map non-coding regulatory variation to druggable targets; Work with sophisticated phenotype data (e.g., electronic health records and clinical trials) to better identify population subgroups of greatest interest Doctoral degree (or equivalent experience) in biostatistics, bioinformatics, statistical genetics or a related field; Have experience in large-scale human genetic data analysis; Coding skills appropriate for large-scale genomics analysis; Understanding or curiosity about the potential of genomics to impact drug discovery
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