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Opportunity: Bioinformatics Programmer and Applications Specialist @ New York University -- New York, NY (US)
Submitted by Jane Carlton; posted on Wednesday, April 23, 2014
A position is available for an experienced bioinformatics programmer and applications specialist in the Genomics Core of the Center for Genomics and Systems Biology, New York University. The Genomics Core provides access to and expertise in next-generation sequencing and other genomics technology for faculty in the Department of Biology and at NYU's Washington Square campus.

The successful applicant will be responsible for addressing the bioinformatics needs of the Genomics Core facility. This will include ensuring the successful processing, storage, and delivery of data from next generation sequencing runs, and responding to requests from researchers for bioinformatics analysis of data. Strong computational abilities to manipulate large datasets are essential as well as a working knowledge and expertise in certain well-known bioinformatics applications. The applicant will be working as part of a team-based effort to support the research and teaching of the Center, and opportunities exist to attend annual next-generation sequencing conferences as well as being part of /undertaking research projects.

Applicants should have:
* A detailed knowledge of next generation sequence data analysis
* An ability to work with an interdisciplinary team
* Good spoken and written English

The Center for Genomics and Systems Biology is located in historic Greenwich Village in downtown Manhattan, New York City. NYU is one of the world's leading research universities and CGSB is housed in a new state-of-the-art facility. The Center's 16 faculty members study genomics and systems biology across all kingdoms of life, supported by core facilities. For more information on the Center, see

Interested parties should email a CV and names of three references to Admin Assistant Carrie Nygard (cen249[at] with CGSB Bioinformatics Position in the subject line. The position is available immediately.

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