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    Opportunity: Research Assistant @ The Commonwealth Medical College--Scranton, PA (US)
    Submitted by William A. McLaughlin; posted on Monday, July 23, 2012


    The research assistant will develop a web interface and open source statistical analysis tools for biomedical researchers. The position offers the opportunity to work on a team project that has broad implications for biomedical research and to gain the visibility associated with implementation of a highly utilized resource.


    The research assistant will develop software for the analysis of protein annotation databases and maintain software to support computation biology research laboratories. Reports are maintained to document development.


    B.S. or M.S. level degree or equivalent experience in computer science or bioinformatics is essential. Proficient programming skills in Java, SQL, Perl or Python is required. Operating system platforms are Windows 98/NT/2000/XP, UNIX, and Linux. Occasional travel to scientific conferences is necessary.


    Additional training, such as completion of introductory level courses, in chemistry, biology and statistics is an advantage. Three to five years of relevant experience is preferred.


    Scranton, Pennsylvania


    Commensurate with experience


    Send resume and programming examples email address: wmclaughlin[at]

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