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Opportunity: Summer Internship in Bioinformatics - Nodality, South San Francisco, CA (US)
Submitted by David Spellmeyer; posted on Wednesday, May 07, 2008
Nodality is a privately held emerging biotechnology company that is developing technology for various medical applications related to the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of oncology and autoimmune related disease processes. Our expertise in multiparametric single cell-based measurements will enable us to advance our technology in all aspects of drug development including discovery research, clinical trial cohort identification, biomarker analysis, and pharmacodynamic monitoring.

We are seeking qualified applicants for the position of Summer Intern at our headquarters in South San Francisco to work in the Research Informatics group. In this position you will work with our computational scientists to:
Expand testing and regression suites for our internal code base
Develop interfaces to external tools to help with our data flow and analysis workstreams

REQUIREMENTS: The ideal candidate will have:
BS/MS in Computer Science or Bioinformatics
Strong programming skills in Python
Experience working with multidisciplinary teams
Excellent communication skills
Familiarity with .NET and C# programming a plus
Training/experience in statistics or machine learning a plus

Internship is 10-15 weeks in duration.

South San Francisco, California

Rate of pay depends on experience. This is a summer position only, and no benefits are provided.

Please submit your resume with brief cover letter to jobs[at] Nodality, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

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