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Emory Integrated Computational Core (EICC) is seeking a superb bioinformatician to develop and use existing tools to speed the analysis of large genomics data sets. The main focus of this position is to provide data analysis/computational services to EICC customers, including members of the Emory research community drawn from the Emory University School of Medicine, the Winship Cancer Institute, other divisions at Emory University, as well as external clients. Broad types of data to be analyzed include those data generated with microarrays (gene expression, genotyping) and next generation sequencing (NGS). The successful candidate will need to be able to write original code for specific applications and also be able to use and tailor existing software tools and analytic pipelines. The candidate will become familiar with in-house developed code, open-source software, and contribute to open source software projects. In addition, there may be opportunities to participate as a member of Emory research teams. The ideal candidate must be able to work independently with limited guidance, keep meticulous records of his/her data analysis, and present results to clients. The candidate may also perform related responsibilities as required by the Core Director of the EICC.
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