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    Opportunity: Two BIOINFORMATICS Analyst Positions (38861 & 38862) @ SRA International--Atlanta, GA (US)
    Submitted by John M. Greene, Ph.D.; posted on Friday, August 03, 2012



    Work as part of a strong bioinformatics team serving the Office of Infectious Disease at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for SRA International, the leader in providing bioinformatics services to the Federal Government. One senior and one junior position available.


    Data analysis for a new effort in pathogen detection from clinical and environmental samples.


    B.S. or M.S. in life sciences, computer sciences, or bioinformatics.


    Experience with metagenomics, NGS analysis and assembly, and/or microarray design and analysis. Ability to use one or more scripting languages (Perl, Python, etc.) and relational databases. Knowledge of pathogen microbiology a plus.


    Atlanta, Georgia, USA


    Market compensation, dependent on experience.


    Go to, search on "bioinformatics", and look for positions 38861 and 38862. Positions are contingent upon winning a Government contract, and may begin as early as Sept. 1.


    Please apply IMMEDIATELY via the above website. You are unlikely to be considered after 14 August. SRA cannot relocate applicants outside North America. SRA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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