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    Opportunity: BIOINFORMATICS Scientist - 2 positions - URGENT TIMING
    Submitted by John M. Greene, Ph.D.; posted on Tuesday, August 02, 2005


    SRA International, Inc.
    Bioinformatics Scientist - 2 positions - URGENT TIMING
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    2 positions open ? NEED RESUMES NO LATER THAN TUESDAY AM, AUGUST 2, 2005!!!!!

    SRA is an information technology firm that provides systems integration, consulting, and eBusiness and eGovernment services and solutions. We deliver value to our clients by combining knowledge of their businesses with expertise across the information technology spectrum.
    A new NIH bioinformatics core is ramping up to provide services and support to the intramural scientists within this Institute. This core is moving aggressively to meet the needs of its scientists by employing a multi-pronged strategy to build a comprehensive bioinformatics infrastructure. This infrastructure will target all aspects of the bioinformatics workflow life cycle and include: strategic planning and emerging technologies research, hardware and software infrastructure, communication and public relations, training and education for bioinformatics applications and procedures, and research and expert data analysis services. This core facility provides a wide array of services and engages in diverse initiatives to fulfill its mission of providing Institute scientists with a state of the art computational biology center. You will support their ongoing effort to analyze business practices governing the scientific research, identify inefficiencies, and suggest and implement bio-IT and bioinformatics solutions that enhance the scientific productivity of Institute researchers. Tasks will be performed at NIH offices and facilities in the Bethesda, Maryland area.


    4185BR: Bioinformatics Scientists
    Successful candidates shall be in charge of supporting the Core?s bioinformatics software and algorithm development initiatives. These scientists will provide support and expertise in analyzing clinical and basic research data. Duties include establishing close collaborative relationships with Institute laboratories in need of bioinformatics advice and support for biomedical data, and providing analytical support to research scientists.


    The successful applicant must be able to provide training in the use of appropriate software tools, customize existing software tools to the specific needs of the scientific project, or develop new applications through user consultation and requirements analysis. In addition, candidates must be able to design and develop data models and databases. These individuals should preferably have advanced degrees and/or significant experience in both life sciences and a computer science field (M.S. or Ph.D. in bioinformatics preferred). Experience in two or more of the fields of cell biology, molecular biology, immunology, microbiology, virology, genomics, proteomics, data mining, or text mining is required. The candidates must be able to communicate current bioinformatics technology in a clear and precise manner, and to discuss projects with scientists to advise what relevant tools may be used or implemented. The scientist must also have expert knowledge of UNIX (Mac OS X Darwin a plus) and expertise in application development using three or more of the following languages: HTML, XML, web services (WSDL, SOAP), Perl, Java, C, C++, UNIX shell scripting, or SQL.

    Ability to obtain PPT 1C clearance. US citizenship or permanent residency required.
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    Reference (Job ID number): 4185BR
    Start Date: ASAP
    Duration: Full Time
    Status: open
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    Contact Information
    SRA International, Inc., Health Research Systems
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    NEED RESUMES NO LATER THAN TUESDAY AM, AUGUST 2, 2005!!!!! E-mail resume, or please visit to complete a profile and submit your resume using the above reference number.SRA provides equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all qualified persons.

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