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    Opportunity: BIOINFORMATICS and Computer Programmer (#934) @ CSHL--Cold Spring Harbor, NY (US)
    Submitted by Marjorie Ryan; posted on Tuesday, July 13, 2010


    The Dolan DNA Learning Center (DNALC) of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory is looking for a talented programmer to participate in a major National Science Foundation-sponsored project to develop cyberinfrastructure to support plant biology research. The programmer will work with a multi-disciplinary team to design, develop, and maintain applications for interfacing public APIs, sql databases, and large data sets.


    • The successful candidate should come from a bioinformatics background that includes work with BioPerl, genome databases (such as Chado), browsers, and annotation tools.
    • Expertise in Java, SQL and database schema, and Unix/Linux are essential.
    • Experience developing web user interfaces templating, Javascript/AJAX, DOM, and CSS is also desirable.
    • Excellent problem-solving and communication skills are required to become a member of an elite Internet development team that operates at the interface of high-level biological research and education.


    We offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.


    Please apply for this position online at :

    ARTICLE: Position # 934


    Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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