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    Opportunity: Scientific Informatics Developer I (#604) @ CSHL--Cold Spring Harbor, NY (US)
    Submitted by Marjorie Ryan; posted on Monday, January 25, 2010


    Provide programming support for cancer-related biomedical research in Proteomics Core Facility. Work will include analysis of high throughput mass spectrometry data, development of computational methods and user interface development.


    • Master's degree in bioinformatics, applied mathematics, computer scientist, statistical analysis or related field with strong interest in biomedical research
    • Must have proven skills in computational data analysis and programming experience with Unix/Linux operating system and one or more of the following languages: C, C++, Java, PERL, R, Matlab.


    • Some experience with protein or genomic data analysis, sequence analysis and/or development of relational databases and user interfaces preferred.
    • Understanding of biology and track record in biomedical or bioinformatics projects is a plus.
    We offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.


    If interested please apply online at: Position #604.

    Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
    1 Bungtown Road
    Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724


    Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    DEADLINE: Feb 26, 2010

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