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Opportunity: Software Engineer / BIOINFORMATICS Scientist (#1160) @ Rothamsted Research--Harpenden, Hertfordshire, UK
Submitted by Chris Rawlings; posted on Thursday, August 18, 2011
Rothamsted Research seeks to recruit a Software Engineer or Bioinformatics Scientist to develop a new web-based application to support genetic studies of animal health. The project is an exciting new collaboration with the Roslin Institute (

To further develop a web based user interface for our life sciences data integration platform (the Ondex system ) based on a prototype which uses an integrated Ondex knowledge base constructed from farm animal genetic and genomics data together with a range of ontologies, biochemical pathway and scientific literature sources.

The successful candidate will be an experienced web applications programmer familiar with Web 2.0 technologies and able to work in a mixed Windows/Linux environment. Candidates must have a degree in computing, engineering or a biological science with post graduate experience in software development. The ideal candidate will have bioinformatics experience and have worked with genetic or genomic data, building web applications used by scientists. The position is for one year only and would be suitable for a physical scientist or engineer with programming expertise wanting to start a career in bioinformatics.

One year project.

Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, UK. AL5 2JQ. Rothamsted Research is 25mins train journey from central London.

GBP 26,610 to GBP 29,566 per annum


Contact[at] Please quote reference 1160.


9th September 2011

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